Jack O' Lantern

 What's not to love about Autumn?  Bay hales in the fog.

 While tooling down the road I caught a glimpse of this.

 Please sir, I will have one of those.

 How cool is this?  A Jack O' Lantern chiminea.  I lit it just before sunset.

 Dusk. I fed him more JOL food.

Dark.  Perfect, eh?

Comments

Laurie M said…
oh my gosh, someone had you in mind when they made this, it could not be more perfect , made for you! Looks amazing, I bet you are still smiling, I wish I could have seen your face when you found this!!!!!
DeniseinVA said…
I hope people remember to enlarge your photos, they are great. I would love to have one of those Jack O'Lanterns, fun to see them all lit up in the dark.
Jim said…
I don't think I heard the term 'bay hales' before? Not on used around here. Always good to add to ones vocabulary, I say.
Love that pumpkin chiminea!!! And the photos are great!
SHERRY said…
you have found another treasure. I tried googling these in San Diego and nothing. Love seeing the pictures of your travels, so much I have never seen before.
thanks
Sherry
Nellie said…
What a clever chiminea!! Love your pictures!
TARYTERRE said…
That Jack O' Lantern chiminea is awesome. LOVE it. It's perfect. ENJOY!
That one is so cool! Especially in the dark! I doubt we'll ever see any of that kind over here :-)


Have a great day!
Christer.
Lois said…
We have hay bales in Ontario, but I have not seen such a wonderful chiminea.
Ellen in Oregon said…
That is one fierce Jack O' Lantern. It looks so much more dramatic & creepy with fire blazing inside to light it. It is a magnificent look for your yard. Now all you need is to gather the family & sit around the blazing Jack O"Lanter telling scary ghost stories. Even Teddy might be frightened by this guy in her yard
Cottage Tails said…
Man you guys in the USA sure get awesome things. Here in Nz we have Christmas decorations and carols being belted out in shop. I thought of you while in the Kirks xmas shop.
Barb said…
That is so cute!! A very lucky find!
Guillaume said…
Great pics. I have seen something similar to this Jack O'Lantern in Brittany: a Poulpican lantern. The poulpican being some kind of Breton spirit/faery creature.
Patty Woodland said…
He looks just slightly demented which I suppose is appropriate for such a thing