Visits to the village.

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Every year when the leaves start to turn and pumpkins appear, I remember I must take a visit to Gardner Village to see those witches. I made plans with friends and family to visit those witches on the same day. Basically we were there for hours and hours. And you know what? It was worth it. When I am with friends half the time I am chatting having no idea what is going on and then with family I was so hungry I was just concentrating on eating that loaf of wheat bread I bought from the bakery.  Between the two visits, we were able to see most of the witches(I think), eat candy, and spend time with family and friends.  And the girls were such troopers.  Win, win, win.  What’s funny is not one picture I have includes a witch.  But trust me in case you don’t see them like the entire state of Utah does, they are pretty cute.


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