|Front door decor at our home.|
Easton and Brie brought their pumpkins to our home and their Nana and mom got down on the floor, designed some scary (or not so scary) faces and then got to work gutting and cutting.
|Two pumpkins to carve.|
|Hard at work|
The pumpkin seeds were cultivated, placed in a roasting pan and then roasted in the oven. Easton really enjoyed chewing on those roasted seeds......as did I.
Other than pumpkin carving, I got the long step ladder out and cleaned out the eaves-troughs. I do this task often enough so it was not a long job to complete. The water will continue to flow well this winter.
|Cleaning the eaves-troughs.|
|Fall scene in our back yard.|
|Neighbourhood street scene.|
|Local elementary school|
|Our back yard maple is starting to drop its leaves.|
|The pier at White Rock Beach.|
|Check out the palm tree at the tourist information booth.|
The other simple task will be to empty, clean and winterize the hot tub. The back yard pond is now turned off. Other than using our Toro Leaf Vacuum to collect the fallen leaves, that should take care of the outdoor chores till spring time.
I am considering pulling the 5th wheel out from our side yard storage, on Monday, and starting the slow process of sorting stuff out and getting it ready to roll out in a couple of weeks.
So that covers things from from here, for now. Thanks for dropping by.