Escaping the Spooks
As I write this on Halloween night, the rain is pounding on my roof in Templeton. It’s one of the most beautiful sounds I could be hearing. I believed the weatherman yesterday, and turned off all my sprinklers in Paso Robles.
We haven’t moved back to Templeton, but we decided early in the week to hide out here where no trick or treaters ever come. We are quite hard to find and not worth the effort, since we are off the beaten path and little goblins prefer neighborhoods whether they can collect more in less time.
It’s hard, though, to escape all treat or treaters. These two found us. How do you like those authentic cat costumes?
Sarah had only left her post at the door to follow me to the orchard when I was picking apples. She climbed the apple tree and perched on a branch very close to where I was working. I guess she wanted to keep an eye on me. I wish I’d had my camera.
Happy Halloween to all who celebrate it. I hope the rest of you have a peaceful night.
The first photo was taken in my Riverbank neighborhood in Paso Robles.
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