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I was just checking my calendar, and I realized that this year Halloween is on a Saturday and there is going to be a full moon, and it is a Blue moon as well.
Next time this event happens is after 2054.

Therefore, I was planning to double or triple my budget this year.

I was hoping to create a haunted woods behind my house. I am going to try to get the neighbors to join in and have each family create a scene along the tree line. (At least that's the plan.)

So, is anyone else going all out this year? if so, I would love to hear about it.
 

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Love the forest idea but I might be biased since we’re doing a walk thru forest too!

Any scene contenders yet?
 

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I'm definitely going to decorate even more this year than in years past. Especially outside. Going for a very organic swamp witch cottage vibe. I figure that whatever is happening with the craziness of this year and the virus, people will still be able to drive by & enjoy some Halloween goodness. Gotta spread that spooky cheer regardless. I'm excited & looking forward to trying new things & making new props with my son.
 

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Just a fyi, whatever day the 4th of July falls on in a year is the same day that Halloween falls on. So if the 4th is a Saturday, Halloween will be a Saturday.
This is true. My birthday and my daughter's birthday also fall in line with the 4th and Halloween. A year of Saturdays this year!
 

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Glad to see at least some people want to keep traditions alive. I wonder if I should have a back up plan if the weather tuns bad? But how do you backup an outdoor tractor ride through the woods?
 

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Great to still see people enthusiam for Halloween this year. Depending on the conditions regarding the virus, I will likely be scaling back this year.
 

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That's the spirit, y'all! My shit's going up regardless of what new insanity this year throws at us.
Seriously. I've had a few people ask me "what will you do if Halloween is 'cancelled'?"
Um..... still put ALL my ghouls and COMPLETE graveyard out on 10/1 and leave it for the month. I enjoy sitting in my spooky yard on weekend evenings, drinking wine (or rum), and chatting with passerbys (our neighborhood has a lot of walkers) - about as much as I enjoy halloween day/night. It's a total month-long thing for me here! If anything, it'll be a great "covid-friendly" thing for people to do - drive by and see the spooks and enjoy! Like looking for cool Christmas lights..... except waaay better
 

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I love driving around checking out people's decorations for Halloween! From simple to elaborate, I just like seeing what neighbors come up with. People really go all out for Christmas decorating around here, but there's enough doing a little something for Halloween to inspire me in the weeks leading up.
 
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