As mentioned, Duncan's costume was recycled from a few years back. It was easy to make- cheap felt cut out to look like bat wings, stitched to mimic veins on the wings and sewn to a black shirt. Ears were folded felt attached to a black headband. He mostly wore that mask on his forehead.
Sam's costume was made of some fake fur I bought at Joanne's Fabric. It did the trick but was really gross to work with. It shed constantly while cutting and sewing but stayed together after it was sewn. It was half price though! Sewed some of the fake fur into the holes in his pants which were too small (didn't try them on him before I sewed all the fur on!), so I had to make cuts all along the waistband so they'd fit.
Bad planning! Yes, those are plastic orange teeth.
Lila's costume was a snap! A yard and a half of red cotton linen from Joanne's (again half price!), super easy cloak. I think I might have to find an occasion to wear this! That is the picnic basket we usually use, for-uh, picnics. I'm sure that the original red riding hood also wore Converse sneakers.
The town is normally subjected to an annual parade through town by the school kids. The road is closed of to all traffic for about twenty minutes. Will had fun after the parade watching all the grouchy drivers go by. This year is was neither raining nor snowing. It was a touch windy and cold however.
After dinner we went to the Curtis Ladies Aid Halloween Party. They have a trunk-or-treat in the parking lot and then a party inside the community building. We set up the van to pass out goodies.
And finally, when all the kids were tired out from playing games and winning bits of plastic that are soon to be broken, we rounded out the night by trick or treating at Dougette's house. This is where the parents get a pale ale for all their efforts.
Only one humiliating animal shot- Couldn't resist getting poor old warty Waters into the witch hat!