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OCT 4 sailing - will it be a halloween cruise?


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My neighborhood, Halloween decorations go up starting late September,  about a month after Halloween candy appears in the stores. 

 

During the entire month of October, there are all sorts of Halloween festivities, kid parades, haunted houses & mazes for adults.

 

Pretty soon it will rival Christmas as a 2 month long holiday.

 

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14 hours ago, HBE4 said:

My neighborhood, Halloween decorations go up starting late September,  about a month after Halloween candy appears in the stores. 

 

During the entire month of October, there are all sorts of Halloween festivities, kid parades, haunted houses & mazes for adults.

 

Pretty soon it will rival Christmas as a 2 month long holiday.

 


 

A cruise ship operates completely different to a neighbourhood , thank goodness . I hate hearing Christmas songs in September !!! 😆 😆
 

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