Tuesday, 9 November 2021

Scavenger Photo Hunt - Bonfire πŸ“· πŸ”₯

Welcome to the first word of the Scavenger Photo Hunt for November. As always, anyone can join in with whatever inspires you and I can always add it after the sign up is closed.

The burning of the Christmas tree is always a big, crackly, burn.

Waiting for our friends to join us during covid, social distancing! 

Full moon on our bonfire night.

Chewie enjoys a good fire too, he's worn out after running all over the place. Even better when his brother joins us. This was early enough to still be stitching.

Oops, just a little too close to the actual fire pit!

This was at our cousin's house, now THAT'S a bonfire!

Fun at Oma and Opa's.

You never know what you'll find in the woods.

Roasting Peeps, delicious!

At Oma and Opa's again, this time with a bigger firepit with stones.

Little Nathan at Deep Creek Lake, getting his marshmallow on!

This was a tradition with the Gmen burning their old school papers from middle school.

Time for crispy ghosts!

Even Easter Peeps taste good!

No fire stitching, but this is as crafty as it gets.
Spike and Scotch "camping" with Pooh and Piglet.

See you Friday with apples, yum!


Cathy said...

I really enjoy seeing these photos and learning more about your family.

Jak said...

What a lovely lot of bonfire pictures over the years. I love your firepits and appreciate the picture of social distancing gatherings during the Covid lockdown! 😊

Magpie's Mumblings said...

I love both the burning of the Christmas tree AND the symbolic burning of the school papers. That would have been a huge hit in our house I know.

Katie said...

Great photos!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Perfect post for Bonfire Night! When we were kids, all the neighbourhood kids would spend weeks collecting scrap wood and building a bonfire on the local waste ground and hoping no one would set fire to it before the Fifth! Then we'd go round everyone's house for their fireworks and end up watching the local bonfire go up. Each little gang would make a Guy and go begging Penny for the Guy to raise money for fireworks or Sparklers.
Doesn't seem to happen now, less scrap wood and waste ground!