I’ll be out trick or treating with my grandchildren Halloween night.  The weather promises to be balmy unlike the perfect storm brewing on the east coast.

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Last year’s lovely little pumpkin faces carved by my grandchildren.


My daughter’s neighborhood attracts kids from all over the South Bay–the streets are flat and the homes fairly close together so little children can collect quite a stash without too much effort.  It’s a family affair as there are as many adults on the streets as children.  One might refer to it as a neighborhood meet and greet affair.


Whether or not you’re up to treats or tricks this Halloween watch out for children in costumes and drive with care.