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> 549. Standing up for ancient traditions
549. Standing up for ancient traditions
31 October 2005
Being the traditionalist that I am, my Hallowe'en lanterns will always be made out of turnips.
Read about the Scottish and Irish Hallowe'en tradition, and how it is being usurped by the invading pumpkin!
Last year I met a wise man
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Love it! Creepy and cute, too.
Very cool Stu!, nice job...
WOW, I do remember the one you took last year, it was really scary... hehe
What a fine toothy grin. The turnips here are a bit small and pasty-faced for this.
Thanks for sharing the Halloween lore.--Rene
Yes, where do you find turnips large enough. Makes an interesting abstract jack o lantern though.
surely you mean swedes :) just like my mouth at the moment
Coleen Perilloux Landry
I love it. Yes, I shall read about it. I am just wondering the size of the turnip used.
hmmm, turnips! I learned something new today. :)
well thats a turnip for the books!