Monday, 29 October 2012

Halloween Trail

For the first day of our half term we went on our annual trip to a local country park to do their Halloween Trail. 
The tradition that has evolved over the past few years is to do the trail and then visit a nearby garden centre for a hot chocolate.

It was hard not to miss the dragon hiding up high in tree tops, although we thought it looked like a fairly friendly one rather than a evil fire breathing one.


Halfway round we paused for a few games of egg and spoon, with a bit of a Halloween twist.
I had packed these tiny ceramic spoons in my bag which were used to balance a chocolate eye ball on.


T set the course for the race which he decided should involve climbing over a couple of fallen branches. As you can see my mum had a bit of difficulty with this part which the children (and I) found highly amusing!


An entertaining start to our week.

9 comments:

Louise said...

what good fun! A lovely start to the holidays :)

June said...

Looks like you had a lovely day out. The egg and spoon race - what fun. Enjoy the rest of half term.
June

Paula lalaboo said...

All good fun and a wonderful tradition. Hope the rest of your week is a fun.

P x

BadPenny said...

You have some lovely ideas and super places to visit. Have a great week !

topchelseagirl said...

Sounds like great fun!

Jo said...

I love your take on the egg and spoon race, very Halloweenish. A great start to the holidays.

Lynn said...

Love that picture of your mum getting in there with the best of 'em! xo

A garden just outside Venice said...

Have a fun day tomorrow! Happy Halloween!
x

ALoadofOldTat said...

Great eyeballs!