This witch will see you on your way out of Village on the Lake.
One way to spot trick-or-treat friendly neighborhoods in Lake Oswego is to drive around looking for homes that have decked themselves out with all things spooky, eerie and scary.
I’ve done some of the homework for you both in a previous blog post and in this scouting report:
Maybe for the month of October we should change the name of Cardinal Drive to “Haunting Row” as neighbors have brought out their eeriest!
If you suffer from arachnophobia then stay away from Kelok.
Treats await you if you can get past this frightful front door in the Palisades neighborhood.
River Run neighbors have put out their Halloween decorations too in case you come calling with little ones.
The First Addition may not have sidewalks but it does have Halloween creatures like this daring you to come by.
The Grim Reaper is ready to haul off any candy you don’t come collecting at the beginning of Cardinal Drive.
You might want to skip this swamp tour on Kelok and just head to the front door!
If you can muster up the courage to pass this gory creature on your way to the front door, you’re in for some treats along Cardinal Drive.
Don’t let this witch stop you from trick-or-treating among Westridge homes.
Stroll through Palisades Park and you might find this creature awaiting your visit
Larger-than-life-size creatures await you in the Village on the Lake neighborhood.
I feel pretty lucky—I live where I work and I love where I live. As a Realtor in Lake Oswego, I get to share that enthusiasm with clients every day. Through this blog, with the help of my freelance writer wife, Genita, I’d like to share that enthusiasm with you. The quality of life you’ll find in Lake Oswego belies its size—there is so much to experience here from a fireworks show over the lake on the 4th of July to the Festival of the Arts--one of the premier arts events in the region. So please check in each week for another reason why I love Lake Oswego and who knows—maybe you’ll fall in love too!
If you’re interested in experiencing Lake Oswego personally, please feel free to contact me either on my cell at (503) 939-9801, via email at email@example.com or check my website by clicking the link in the "Contact me" section in the right-hand column. I would love to show you around.
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