A front door tells no tales!
When I was a kid living in the small town of Issaquah (newsflash: it’s not so small anymore), I remember Fall and Halloween being the best thing to happen during the school year. Well- besides my birthday, winter break, 2nd-winter break, spring break, and the last day of school of course. At any rate, being a kid in a small town offered nothing but excitement of our imaginations. Getting out in the sloppy weather was appropriately the best things to do as well as planning our halloween costumes, and hoping that ONE neighbor doesn’t have caramel slathered onions again at Halloween.
So to prepare this year, grab your crafty kiddos and create a colorful decorative wreathe to place on the door. Don’t forget to take a drive to Maris Farms in Bonney Lake, Washington for a fun filled day of hay rides, pumpkin patch meandering, apple blasting, and duck races. Yes, you read that right, duck races. Take your pumpkin grabbed loot and stage them around your front door. Don’t forget your parent’s best farmer’s outfit for that a straw stuffed scarecrow!