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That spooky time of year approaches and some strange creatures have arrived in the neighborhood.
October signals the beginning of a spooky time of year. The days are shorter, so our morning walks are dark and foggy. A chill fills the air, though the afternoons are still warm. The leaves on the trees hint of the brilliant yellows and reds to come. Strange creatures appear like this collection near the entrance to our greenway. Roscoe admires our smiling new neighbors, but couldn’t get them to share an ear scratch or two. Better luck next walk.
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