… And they have multiplied enormously and spread, as well! It is an amazing phenomena. Come see for yourself, but be careful when you stop to photograph to make sure you are not rear-ended!
I will be putting up photos of this phenomena throughout the month!
Usually, I upload a number of photos and the history behind the holiday, but this year, I offer you something different.
Later, if possible, I’ll post some of the costumes from the kids parade.
And from Dan Danbom
Also Pacific Valley School has their parade tomorrow last period, which is between 3 and 3:50. Both will offer great photo ops. Love seeing the kiddos in their costumes!
Here is Midnight, my kitten, fast growing up. Her sister, Moonlight, is identical. I tell them apart by two things: the tiny white tuffs in Midnight’s ears, and their personalities. Moonlight would never sit still for a portrait!
That one, and the ones which follow, we’re all taken Wednesday, the day of the big storm, when the sun came out, just before sunset.
The businesses add new scarecrows every day, until the judging takes place, so come on down and take a look for yourself. Great photo ops! I found out from a long-time resident who informed me that the high school art studens make the scarecrows and sell them for $20 to the businesses that don’t make their own. This will all culminate at the Harvest Festivwl at the Biachinni house, aka, the Cambrian Historical Society, the second weekend in October, at the corner of Burton and Center.
On the way out of town, I saw so many others I had missed! Several construction workers, the invisible man, the male and female “mooners”, the gal with the flying dog, and at least a dozen more. There are between 200-250 total “scarecrows” that have taken over Cambria. Quite a sight to see. I never even went down Moonstone Drive where there are many more! Next time, I guess.