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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Official Halloween Photos from Austin


Here are the photos Arrion posted on Facebook; family above, of the grandkids on Halloween last Saturday night.


Here are the actual 2009 costumes:


Kaylee with her decorated pumpkin.


Another very good day! ;-)

3 comments:

Barbara Poole said...

Darling pictures. By the way what does cache mean? I assume it is a non-computer term (see your previous post).

Dr. Bill (William L.) Smith said...

Yes. See geocaching.com

It is a "treasure hunting" game... encourages hiking.

A 'cache' is a container "hidden" with "goodies" inside. Token toys, and some "travel bugs," etc. that are part of the game. The website has the sites with GPS listed, with related information. You go to the site to claim your "find."

Check it out. We've been doing it since Feb 2002... Much more to it, now, but we do a little of the simple stuff.

;-)

Barbara Poole said...

Now that seems familiar. I remember seeing some people hunting for a cemetery stone...they asked me if I knew where somebody was buried, and I led them right to it. They said it was a timed contest, so they were thrilled with my help.