Tim emulating their hero, Jay, who saved a shark and wrestled him back into the
A hallowed Halloween
tradition hampered by a storm
Pix by Wendy
were suspended due to a Nor’easter with winds gusting up in places to 67 mph
and rain, and temp in the 40’s.
The year ‘rounders
were lucky. Without the ferries anyone who did not begin their weekend Friday
was out of luck. Also impacted was foot traffic and Larry said there were only
2 boats in the marina which was traditionally packed for the occasion.
the event which usually hosts over 250 managed a still sizeable number of
this was not the first time Halloween was challenged by outside forces citing Hurricane
Sandy and 9/11.
(Fred) second place
Mooney in all her glory – 3rd place
your are master of count me in!
Is that an
angel of mercy working overtime (and enjoying it)?
Dana, obviously enjoying
Mike and Jeff
As usual the
tenders never disappoint in their holiday gear
Lorrie had their traditional pre Inn party at their house which was packed with
guests each representing a different month of the year
(Weather wise, it was a crappy day and night but of course we
didn’t let that stop us!)
From what I
see here and have heard it was a festive affair perhaps even better because it
was Kismet’s own celebrating together.
A fitting end
to the Summer of ‘18