Hello, Gourd-Geous

Grab your flannel shirt and a hat, We are off to the pumpkin patch! 🎃

IMG_1807                                                Welcome great pumpkin!

 

Each year we take a family trip to the pumpkin patch. During the ride, we discuss what kind of pumpkins we want to pick and what we plan to do with them. At the patch, there is a choice to go and pick your own or choose the pumpkin from their small produce stands. This year I picked up a few small ones so I could add them cute faces to them. check my Instagram for the cute pumpkin faces.  I got a green-yellow one and two small white one and my fiancé pick a small orange one. They are so adorable. Since the pumpkins are from the patch they last so much longer than the ones from the stores. Last year I still had one right up to Christmas.

We purchased the pumpkin bread and my fiancés’ favorite licorice he got peach and green apple. We even got local honey too, we wanted the one with the honeycomb. Honey is a great way to fight your allergies a more natural way. We didn’t get to do the corn maze because it was a two-hour maze and we wanted to make sure we had enough time to explore everything.

After the morning at the patch, we drove to the apple orchard. We picked some Granny Smith apples to make apple pies later in the month. Also, it’s the middle of pear season so we got to get a few Olympic pears. Olympic pears are extra-large and have a sweet crisp taste. Oh Gourdy, I love the pumpkin patch. Seeing everyone get excited to pick out pumpkins and just spending time with your family and friends.

Let me know if you or your family visit the pumpkin patch during the fall season and what you do with your pumpkins. Check out my last blog where I have reviewed a sulfate-free shampoo.

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Until next time gorgeous, cheers!

 

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