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Old 10-31-2010, 12:04 PM   #1
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"Fred" visits us again!


We went to Greenbo Lake State Resort Park for the Halloween weekend again this year. While visiting during this past spring and summer we had a visitor named “Fred.” I posted some photos of him before but here he is for a return visit. He decided to eat the faces from some of the pumpkins that someone had on display at their site for decorations. He sort of helps himself to whatever he wants in the campground.



Here is our site decorated a little. It was fun watching all of the kids out for trick-or-treat. I passed out about 200 pieces of candy to trick-or-treaters this year.





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Old 10-31-2010, 01:54 PM   #2
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It was nice of Fred to help himself to the pumpkins!! He looks very well fed. Oh, and good thing Cathy wasn't there, because of her fear of spiders, she would not have even come neat your campsite!!
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Thanks for "bumping" the post so it gets included as a new post.

I gotta admit, I don't fear spiders, but those give me the eebie jeebies.

As for Fred, I wonder how he'd do with a small sleigh. I suppose if anyone tried to hitch him(?) up, he'd kick the crap out them. Never mind, maybe it's just best to respect his comfort around humans and not push it.

Bill-n-Donna.... May you have a Very Merry Christmas and the New Year be full of more fun for you both and with Fred.
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Merry Christmas Bill and Donna, what a nice post! Larry
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Old 12-08-2011, 03:07 AM   #5
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Merry Christmas Bill and Donna, what a nice post! Larry

As a follow up, the story we heard this year is that Fred is no longer with us. They had to get rid of him. He was cute when he was small but he got much bigger and they were afraid he was going to hurt someone.

Merry Christmas everyone!
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