A Haunted House | AspenTimes.com

A Haunted House

May Eynon

Everybody’s favorite chiropractor, Dr. Dave Jensen, hosted a Halloween party on Saturday, Oct. 30. Dr. Dave and his wife, Dee Jensen, opened up their Carbondale home for a festive evening. (Not only did they celebrate Halloween, but also they observed Dr. Dave’s birthday and the couple’s third wedding anniversary.)

Dressed in Native American attire, the Jensens had a tribe of friends join them at their “Double D Ranch.” Costumes were required, and everyone readily complied. Guests included friends from around the valley, staff and patients of the Valley Wellness centers, and even a crew who made the trek from Texas.

Keyboardist Terry Bannon collaborated with the guitarist from Little Blue for a little live music at the rockin’ party. (Considering the party was expected to end at 10 p.m. and the last of the guests left after 3 a.m., it was definitely a damn good time.)

To contact May to send info, insight or invites, e-mail allthewaymaymay@hotmail.com

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