Heading To The Halloween Weekend
Did You Know? - Halloween wraps fear in innocence,
As though it were a slightly sour sweet.
Let terror, then, be turned into a treat...
Random activities over the Halloween weekend....
One must start with golf, naturally. JAmes relaxes before we head out
We heard a buzzing sound and it was the Goodyear Blimp
Paul was about to hit a drive and the airship decided to gain altitude
Spooky doings around the corder
Fall is indeed here... Almost looks like Christmas colors
We went to see Riverdance at OCPAC
On the way home the houses were lighted
Halloween Night.... Freightening
We didn't want to stay home and neither did Bob and Donna so.... We didn't.
It was a magnificent sunset (from Old Ranch)
We went to Moma D's in Newport Beach
Really great food
The Elks Was A Bust So Balboa Bay Club Here We Come
The broom was amazing
Duke's Place at the Balboa Bay Club
Bob got overheated and had to find the portable air conditioner
Another hair joke... Actually it looks pretty good
Donna and Bob hit the floor (after moving the broomstick which wanted to cut in!)
The piano player really enjoyed seeing real dancers
The nice lady brought us goodies.... but Donna found another use for them
Such beautiful green eyes
Did You Know? - Eye color is a polygenic phenotypic character and is determined by two distinct factors: the pigmentation of the eye's iris and the frequency-dependence of the scattering of light by the turbid medium in the stroma of the iris.
As in the case of blue eyes, the color of green eyes does not result simply from the pigmentation of the iris. Rather, their appearance is caused by the combination of an amber or light brown pigmentation of the stroma, given by a moderate concentration of melanin, with the blue tone imparted by the Rayleigh scattering of the reflected light.
Green eyes probably result from the interaction of multiple variants within the OCA2 and other genes. They were present in south Siberia during the Bronze Age. They are most common in Northern and Central Europe
They can also be found in Southern Europe and North Africa. In Iceland, 89% of women and 87% of men have either blue or green eye color. A study of Icelandic and Dutch adults found green eyes to be much more prevalent in women than in men. Among European Americans, green eyes are most common among those of Celtic and Germanic ancestry, about 16%.
We decided to dance for the Duke
The floor begins to fill up
Mickey has entered the room
Look pretty normal, huh?
When adults start to play with balloons it's time to leave
Donna was with a rat..... NO, not Bob.... See her shoulder!
Poof.... It's Almost Ten So It Is Safe To Go Home
Bye Duke's Place
On our way home.... Time to rest for tomorrow is golf