Then it was on to the Blue Gate Farm. I like this farm because it hosts a variety of things - honey, fiber, jams, angora bunnies, root beer, cinnamon rolls, a plethora of veggies, and it has a bunch of other fun things to check out while meandering about.
Then it was off to the Pumpkin Patch. Chances are, if you are in search of a specific type of pumpkin and/or gourd, this place has it. We walked away with 4 pumpkins and an armful of smaller assorted gourds that are currently decorating the house.
Does anyone know why these warty and peanut pumpkins seem to be everywhere this year?
I'll have to start learning more about pumpkins - I had no idea that there were so many different types! Maybe I'll just leave the selecting process to little man.