I've shared before that the Maryanski household has historically not experienced a "neighborhood" Halloween with large numbers of trick or treaters. I'm always amazed at the stories of how much candy is handed out in Maple Valley neighborhoods. We live in an area where homes are on 2.5 or 5 acre lots so we are fairly far apart and there are no street lights so parents usually drive the kids through the area. It seems like each year we have fewer and fewer kids knocking on our door with tonight's total being 10 including a couple adults.
The biggest turn outs were when our kids were young and one of the neighbors hooked up the tractor to the wagon and went house-to-house. There were fewer homes, but more children at the time. I guess one could say we are an aging neighborhood where many of us have stayed in the same home after our children have grown and started their own families. Even back then, however, a big turn out was 15 to 20 kids. What are some of the numbers that visited your home.