Wednesday, October 30, 2013

The Pumpkin Patch

We visited a pumpkin patch this week. Once a dairy farm, it now is a destination for harvest fun; open every day from Sept-Oct.
Acres of orange amongst dying vines make a obstacle course for running.

A pumpkin can become a throne for the littlest pumpkin child.

Which woman is scarier?

All farm hands must be able to reach the pedals.

     The best part was the corn maze designed like a map of Washington state with the pathways labeled like our major highways. Everyone enters, via hay wagon, in Idaho and must exit in Gray's Harbor. I-90 is a straight shot across the middle of the maze. You can take a more scenic route which walks you through Puget Sound.

You certainly can stop over and visit an Island or two. Here we are next to Vashon.
The farm also offers miniature golf, a bouncy pad, go carts, and a pig train.

Last but not least the food was delicious and very reasonably priced. I will go there again, for sure.

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