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    Halloween in Seaside Oregon
    Year: 2006     Holiday: Halloween     Shared by: breensandmore
    Rachelle (my daughter) and I just finished putting up the Halloween Breens and the house looks ready for Fall. I have a black feather tree in the breakfast nook, a Dept 56 Spooky tree in the entry, a Dept 56 pumpkin tree in the MBR on top of the fireplace, and a Dept 56 pumpkin tree on the living room coffee table. On the kitchen island, I have a small display as well as in the theatre room. Happy Halloween Glitter Bugs from Jim and Rhonda Wills.
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    Theatre Room Cabinet
    Theatre Room Cabinet
    Kitchen Counter
    Kitchen Counter
    Kitchen Island
    Kitchen Island
    Living Room Coffee Table
    Living Room Coffee Table
     
    Hall China Cabinet
    Hall China Cabinet
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    MBR Fireplace
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