Did you see an teal pumpkins while out trick-or-treating last year around the Twin Ports? If not, you may run into some this year while you're out in the Duluth-Superior area. Here's the meaning, and some of the places you might find them this year.
Call me Old School, but boy has Trick or treating changed since I was a kid. First off, no matter what day of the week Halloween fell on we would hit the streets as soon as possible. Now kids wait until after dinner or until it get's dark.