Mountain Mayhem: Happy Halloween |

Mountain Mayhem: Happy Halloween

Halloween took on a different look this year sans traditional trick or treating, open house-style parties, costume contests, concerts and the like. Given how many Halloween enthusiasts still dressed up, played a part and socialized safely in small circles, it clearly didn’t dampen spirits entirely. As shown in this photo gallery, last Saturday, Oct. 31, was one for the books with many clever homemade costumes, fun family celebrations and more.

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