Snow-lyweds celebrate Halloween

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A tiny snowman that appeared under the Cross Valley Expressway overpass on Bennett Street in Kingston during last year’s holiday season has seemingly taken a wife. The two colorful plastic figures, complete with wedding gown, bouquet and formal tux, are wishing passersby a ‘Happy Halloween’ from their spot on the side of the roadway. Residents have said they enjoy the anticipation of wondering what might occupy the spot next. So far, several holidays have been celebrated in the spot, including Christmas, New Year’s, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day and Independence Day. Originally having started with a single decorated ‘Christmas weed,’ then a tree and ultimately the more sturdy snowman (and now snowwoman), residents are hoping placement of the holiday themed decorations might become an annual tradition.
Aimee Dilger | Times Leader

A tiny snowman that appeared under the Cross Valley Expressway overpass on Bennett Street in Kingston during last year’s holiday season has seemingly taken a wife. The two colorful plastic figures, complete with wedding gown, bouquet and formal tux, are wishing passersby a ‘Happy Halloween’ from their spot on the side of the roadway. Residents have said they enjoy the anticipation of wondering what might occupy the spot next. So far, several holidays have been celebrated in the spot, including Christmas, New Year’s, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day and Independence Day. Originally having started with a single decorated ‘Christmas weed,’ then a tree and ultimately the more sturdy snowman (and now snowwoman), residents are hoping placement of the holiday themed decorations might become an annual tradition.

A tiny snowman that appeared under the Cross Valley Expressway overpass on Bennett Street in Kingston during last year’s holiday season has seemingly taken a wife. The two colorful plastic figures, complete with wedding gown, bouquet and formal tux, are wishing passersby a ‘Happy Halloween’ from their spot on the side of the roadway. Residents have said they enjoy the anticipation of wondering what might occupy the spot next. So far, several holidays have been celebrated in the spot, including Christmas, New Year’s, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day and Independence Day. Originally having started with a single decorated ‘Christmas weed,’ then a tree and ultimately the more sturdy snowman (and now snowwoman), residents are hoping placement of the holiday themed decorations might become an annual tradition.
http://theweekender.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_TTL102516snowmen1-1.jpgA tiny snowman that appeared under the Cross Valley Expressway overpass on Bennett Street in Kingston during last year’s holiday season has seemingly taken a wife. The two colorful plastic figures, complete with wedding gown, bouquet and formal tux, are wishing passersby a ‘Happy Halloween’ from their spot on the side of the roadway. Residents have said they enjoy the anticipation of wondering what might occupy the spot next. So far, several holidays have been celebrated in the spot, including Christmas, New Year’s, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day and Independence Day. Originally having started with a single decorated ‘Christmas weed,’ then a tree and ultimately the more sturdy snowman (and now snowwoman), residents are hoping placement of the holiday themed decorations might become an annual tradition. Aimee Dilger | Times Leader
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