Sunday, October 24, 2010

{Pumpkin Patch #1 --- Spooner Farms}

It's a family tradition ... blogged many times on our little blog.  We wouldn't miss it!  We love Spooner Farms and even though we picked the busiest Saturday ever, we loved being in the sunshine!  I would take a busy, over-crowded pumpkin patch in the sun any day over an empty, muddy one.  I love how we really have roots here in Washington now and these annual adventures are so looked forward to by the fam.

It's mostly about the pictures, right?












I would never attempt the corn maze by myself.  Trevor is the best maze guide...I don't think we took one wrong turn!



I just realized that Ry wore this same jacket last year.  I guess he hasn't grown much.  Except in attitude.  But he sure was excited about the corn maze...walking most of the 2 mile trek.  He was so tired that night!


We left with 100 pounds of pumpkins for carving, several smaller pumpkins and gourds for decorating, my favorite caramel apples, and a half-flat of freshly picked raspberries.  This is the first year that Spooner Farms still had raspberries on in October.  We have our late spring to thank for that...not sure if that was worth it, but the raspberries were sure good!


4 comments:

manders 12:12 PM  

sooo cute I love the pictures but than again you always take amazing ones. Looks like you had a great day at the patch. We will have to try that one next year.

Onjali P. 12:36 PM  

How Fun! I love all your pictures. I bought a bunch of raspberries a couple of weeks ago on sale and I made Pioneer Woman's raspberry cream pie it was amazing, just in case you are looking for ways to use your raspberries.

Tyler 12:46 PM  

How fun! Great pictures as always! I cna't wait to see the carved vershions!

Camille 10:01 PM  

yummy...raspberries! Our farm needs to step it up in the food category for sure! Looks like it was so fun and SO nice out!!

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