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Wåshé Kõdä

Wåshé Kõdä

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Witch by batterjob32 on Flickr.

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Witch by batterjob32 on Flickr.

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Halloween pumpkin sorcière chapeau noir by xubangwen on Flickr.

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Accessoire Halloween
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Halloween pumpkin sorcière chapeau noir

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SDIM0494-1 by Paolo Polla on Flickr.

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Vitrage Evil Whitch

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goblin by earlywill on Flickr.

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Goblin sculpture. RHS Chelsea 2010

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Witch by batterjob32 on Flickr.

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Halloween 2006 by Terry.Tyson on Flickr.

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Pumpkins and a Scarecrow - Just a bit of the yard display. Cute is easier to pull off than scary during Halloween, unless you are really good at scary. Don’t want to frighten off the Trick or Treaters, especially the little ones. On the porch is a large cut-out wooden owl (very vintage looking) with big eyes and some witch luminaries that cackle when you pass by. That’s as scary as it gets. Oh yeah, a cool Dept. 56 fiber optic Halloween head that looks like a cross between a pumpkin and a ghost. Hard to photograph at night, so this will have to do.

Outboard by Minnesota Historical Society on Flickr.

#outboard ~A gas powered “Champion” outboard motor made by Sig Konrad, Monarch Motor Company, St. Paul, Minnesota, circa 1925-1940.

Teton Dakota Vest by Minnesota Historical Society on Flickr.

#beadwork ~A lane-stitched beaded leather Teton Dakota vest, circa 1914.

Salt and Pepper by Minnesota Historical Society on Flickr.

A pair of black and white ceramic salt and pepper shakers in the shape of the Hamm’s bear holding a sign for Hamm’s Beer in its front paws. 1970s.

Condors on the Rise by mypubliclands on Flickr.

#condors ~Seventy-five of the world’s 439 condors live throughout northern Arizona and southern Utah, and within the BLM-managed Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. Photo Credit: Bob Wick

Condors on the Rise by mypubliclands on Flickr.

#condors ~Seventy-five of the world’s 439 condors live throughout northern Arizona and southern Utah, and within the BLM-managed Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. Photo Credit: Bob Wick