Kids always associate trick-or-treat with candy and treats. Why not? They dress up, knock on a door, say the words, and people give them candy. They go to school and they get candy, cupcakes and cookies.
We were not sure what to expect this year. We were fully prepared for a crowd. We turned on all the lights so the house would look inviting, but still only got about 10-12 kids.
I guess I’ll have to eat all of that candy.
Enrico and Louise and the elders from the Lyons Ward came to get the bed from the apartment the in the village. There’s still one more piece of furniture left to move out. (Anyone want/need a loveseat in good condition?)
After dinner Elizabethe and I put up 6 pints of chicken breast, and 8 pints of pork loin. We still have about 8 pints of pork loin to can. We’ll do those tomorrow night. (It will probably be BBQ pork.)