This year has been “unusual” and that in turn impacted Halloween with the city canceling the normal downtown gatherings – and on the night very few people doing the door-to-door candy collecting!
But Winter Garden did do a great job decorating downtown; here’s some photos:
We put some Halloween themed wreaths on the front doors, and on the night we took a walk round to see neighbors displays, and greeted those that visited us with distant candy in “safe” cups …
Later we walked into town to watch the Halloween projection on City Hall; there were quite a few people there, but lots of space to stand apart …
I took video, too:
Today, for Margaret’s birthday, we drove a while south to Wild Florida and drove their safari (twice!); for the low price of entry it was a surprisingly nice drive with a great variety of animals to see, almost all quite visible and easy to photograph (with a powerful zoom lens, at least). Margaret and I both took photos, and on the two drives through took turns behind the wheel, so we both enjoyed good views on either side of the car. Here’s loads of photos!
There’s a separate part of Wild Florida that offers airboat rides (which we didn’t do) as well as small animals in cages, and lots of ‘gators – including feeding! That area isn’t as nice as the drive-through safari, but we did take a few photos there too …
Today Margaret and I drove to Winter Park and toured the Morse Museum (which has nothing to do with the dot-dash code!); there’s a lot of beautiful Tiffany glass there – I took photos of course!
We also took a walk around the town (a little bigger and more up-market than Winter Garden), had lunch, and took another boat tour ….
A nice day!