The first year they received around 15 trick or treaters as not all the houses were built. Last year however things skyrocketed with 300 people coming through their Hansel and Gretel themed house. Fenske expects to see as many if not more this year.is really good for Halloween, said Fenske, noting there are other homeowners around Suntree who are just as into Halloween in their own parts of the neighbourhood.Admission is free to the haunted house but the Fenskes are accepting donations to the Leduc and District Food Bank.Some of the most needed items are canned stew and chili, chunky soups, mayonnaise, cooking oil, pancake mix, peanut butter, Hamburger Helper, canned salmon, chicken, turkey or ham, jam and powdered laundry detergent..

[3] The ALMA correlator is one of two such systems in the ALMA complex. ALMA’s total of 66 antennas comprise a main array of 50 antennas (half provided by ESO, and half by NRAO) and an additional, complementary array of 16 antennas called the Atacama Compact Array (ACA), which is provided by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ). A second correlator, built by the Fujitsu company and delivered by NAOJ, provides independent correlation of the 16 antennas in the ACA, except for times when select ACA antennas are combined with the 50 more widely dispersed main array antennas..

When the chalk (which is made of a base called calcium carbonate) is added to an acid like vinegar, a chemical reaction occurs. This reaction is called a neutralization reaction and occurs when an acid (pH less than 7) and a base (pH more than 7) are combined. During the reaction a gas and a neutral solution (pH equal to 7) are formed..

“There’s been a shortage of [quality] hotels in Cuba, and this would help alleviate it,” Mannerud said. Rules. “Down the road when the regulations allow us to be more proactive, we will certainly be exploring that,” said Rick Sasso, president of MSC USA in Fort Lauderdale.

It was all bullshit, of course. But that didn’t stop hoax creator Alfred Moya from having some fun. “The whole underlying point of it was to make a statement about social media and mass hysteria,” says the Ocala based webmaster. After a total of 20 hours and 15 minutes in the air they ran out of fuel, just as they saw the open Ross Sea and realized that they had reached their goal. From 22 November to 5 December they had flown 3700 km, from the Weddell Sea to the Ross Sea. Until 1956 this was the longest transantarctic flight ever.