The fall is one of my favorite times of year. Great weather, falling leaves, good food -- and it means that the holidays are just around the corner. My wife and I are always trying to take advantage of some of the fun, local happenings. So, on Friday night, we went to "The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze," a local attraction in Westchester, New York (it's an annual tradition for our entire extended family).
Being so close to the town of Sleepy Hollow (yes, that Sleepy Hollow), there are so many great local activities; this is one of the many we love to attend.
Picture this: It's a huge park filled with lighted pumpkins crafted into some fascinating designs.
Predictably, we had a blast.
I decided to share some of my favorite scenes from the Blaze (the name, of course, is ironic, considering my occupation). Here they are -- enjoy: