The window displays at the Gibson Girl Ice Cream shop always make me smile and this time was no exception. Look at this pumpkin carved with an exact replica of the logo!
I walked up and down Main Street for a while and then started taking pictures again.
Let's get back to those windows at the Gibson Girl, shall we? I zoomed in on this assortment of vintage decorations. Aren't they cool?
The table is set for Halloween sundaes and other goodies.
I love the hat!
I stepped into the Fortuosity Shop looking for new merchandise. I found something interesting! I realize that since these pants are on a hanger, the design is upside down but you can still see that it's a cool Snow White reference.
And...to complete the outfit, there is a new Snow White blouse!
I love that this shop is always decorated for Halloween. Basically, it gets a layover like the Haunted Mansion, right?
Now, this caught my eye only because it was so unusual - starfish bracelets.
Now it's time to go back outside and look at pumpkins. I mean REALLY look at pumpkins.
I wonder how many pumpkins there are on Main Street?
I love this one!
There's the biggest pumpkin of them all!
So darn cute!
I've always loved this sign but I can never get a good shot of it...until now.
The wonderful old porch on Main Street was empty so I literally sat there for a couple of hours, just watching the world go by.
Around 2:30, I got up to go meet my friends at the Paradise Pier Hotel so we could get ready for Mickey's Halloween Party which I blogged about here. And soon, I'll post some pics from our Happiest Haunts Tour.