That was amazing.

They call them the undead for a reason. Nothing, and certainly not a measly pandemic, can keep them down.

Tonight’s Hallowe’en was one for the ages, though—the most insane I’ve ever seen. Thousands—thousands—of kids came out. It was awesome.

I’ve said many times that Queens Drive is the best trick or treating street in Toronto, but this year was the best ever. Residents went all out with the decorations, and the sidewalks were packed with little (and large) monsters. I think we all felt that it was wonderful to put the last nail in the COVID coffin.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

3 thoughts on “That was amazing.”

  1. I don’t disagree that the Queens Drive homeowners put on a good show for Hallowe’en. It is fun and exciting. However, there are many streets in Weston that also deserve mention and photos. Over the years of reading this blog I only recall references to Queens and King on Hallowe’en. Please consider expanding your experience. Weston is bigger than 2-3 streets.

    1. Good point. I confess, the reason is quite boring. We have two kids to shepherd and a million pieces of candy to hand out. By the time I’m done my part, I don’t have a lot of time to get very far.

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