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Sunday, October 02, 2005

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Marja-Leena

Love the photo of the beautiful headstone, yet it's weird with that skull! I'm always amazed how big Hallowe'en is in the States, to start at the beginning of the month even.

patry Francis

A margarita like they have in Guadalajara is hard to find. Might even be worth a trip to Salem.

Ana

Oooh, I do want to hear about the Siam exhibit. I'm hoping to get in a visit before its run is over.

leslee

Marja-Leena: Halloween is an industry here now, so that plays into it. In Salem, witchy stuff is a year-round tourist attraction. The PEM has really brought something magnificent and beautiful to Salem in an area that was mostly tacky souvenir shops.

Patry: The margs at Cilantro aren't cheap, but they were exceptional.

Ana: It's there for another 2 weeks - hope you can get to it! Also check out the cool aerial photographs by Alex MacLean.

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