Happy Halloween, The Snow Is A Little Late…

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

It is almost a given that every year, on Halloween Night, the skies above Steamboat will open with a flurry of snowflakes. This year, it actually seemed to be one of the warmest Halloweens we can remember. Main Street was closed from 5-7 for the annual Trick or Treat Town Stroll in which downtown businesses hand out candy for a safe, festive Trick or Treat party. Monsters, lego men, and princesses scurried door to door to see who could be the fastest. TheSteamboat Fire RescueRoutt County Search and Rescue, and local police force were handing out candy and greeting the locals. Even those without youngsters were out enjoying the festivities.

To see a video of the Trick or Treat event, click here.

Wcelebrated with some Pumpkin Carving, seed baking, and candy eating!

Dunte and Rory show off their pumpkins
Dunte’s Pumpkin
Rory’s Pumpkin

As for the expected storm that didn’t happen on Halloween, it is finally here! While it snowed all night long, accumulations were only 1-2 inches in town and the roads were icy this morning. Hopefully Mt. Werner enjoyed a little bit more! Check out our web cam to see for yourself!

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Josh Cook
Josh Cook is The Boyd Team’s Digital Marketing Specialist. In today’s online world, having someone who knows the industry and trends is a must. Real Estate has become increasingly internet-centric, having Josh on the team to meet those needs sets The Boyd Team apart. He continues to strive to make the Boyd Team’s internet presence as expansive as possible enhancing each listing’s presence.