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31 October 2020 (still) – Well, the day is not only about white-faced ghouls and black-faced teddy bears.

It’s also about ducks obvious to the symbolism, who just want to paddle the creek that runs through Hinge Park …

and equally oblivious woofers in the dog park opposite, who just want someone to finally throw the ball …

and banjo/ukelele/etc strummers who just want to entertain the ducks & the dogs & the rest of us, but yes, probably do know it is Hallowe’en.

Unless they are just addicted to silly hats.

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  1. Looks like it was a sunny day. Lovely. 🙂

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  2. Oh, what a treat to have live music jamming outdoors! I have not heard that for quite a while! Nice.

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  3. Mary C

     /  1 November 2020

    silly hats! [quick note – possible typo: ducks obvious? or ducks oblivious?]

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    • duck not particularly obvious, & neither alas was my typo (at least, not to my own eyes) — of course I mean oblivious… sigh

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