Hanging around the pumpkin patch…
Three to be exact.
What better way to spend the cool fall days than with friends and your honey.
Hunt Club Farms
We started at Hunt Club Farms. Where we (they) fed and petted the goats. I watched on and assigned myself to photo duty. We kept walking around the little petting zoo, where there were albino peacocks, ducks, a donkey, and oddly enough a zebra. I was slightly confused but let it go as we headed to the main attraction, pumpkins.
After trying to find the perfect pumpkin we settled on two little white pumpkins to use as decoration on our kitchen table. Not too worried about finding the right pumpkin because we knew this wasn’t going to be the last pumpkin patch we visited.
Our second pumpkin patch we visited we were able to release our inner child with tire swings and tether ball. We might have stayed on the swing a little too long, but when else are we going to get the chance?!
The patch looked to be on someone’s farming property where the house was at the front. A beautiful front yard had string lights and smaller pumpkins lining the yard. With the sun setting it was very picturesque.
Although the string light picture is very blurry I liked the effect the lights made.
The pumpkin patch also had hay rides and a scary corn maze but we had to skip that part so we could go home and carve pumpkins!
The entrance to this farm was a bakery that had pies and homemade ice cream, lunch and dinner options, and assortments of candy. Started on some unexpected Christmas shopping when I passed a shelf in the middle of the bakery with the cutest trinkets. With my wallet half empty now, we put our goodies in the car and headed to see the rest of the farm.
There were goats, and baby ones too. There were ponies, cows, and chickens. And sheep that were the best of friends that were inseparable (no, really the sign even said so). There was a lot of wildlife and vegetation. Definitely a good find!
What fall festivities have you done? What’s still on your bucket list?