Pumpkin Patch

On Saturday morning I went in search of pumpkins to place on the bench in front of Doright Manor. Several churches in Tallahassee set up pumpkin patches at this time of year, and finding a suitable patch was fairly simple.

I believe Christ Presbyterian Church on Bannerman Road has one of the nicest pumpkin patches.

There were lots of families with young children taking pictures on this beautiful fall day.

Soon I’d selected five pumpkins of various sizes to display on my bench. As of this writing they are all in the back of my car waiting for me to clean up the little courtyard where my bench sits. Picking out the pumpkins was way more fun than cleaning out a spot for them will be.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

15 thoughts on “Pumpkin Patch”

  1. Oh my. I am smiling cos I just got pics of our grandie going to a farm over in Fife and there he was in the wheelbarrow with the pumpkin they’d picked as a family. AND now here’s your pics and one side of the planet to the other, they are lovely x

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    1. When we lived in Illinois we’d go to the Curtis Orchard and Pumpkin Patch outside of Champaign. It was an almost magical place with corn mazes and seemingly endless rows of pumpkins and gourds. Kids could jump from haylofts into bales of hay and play with goats. I sure miss that!

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