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Monday, October 4, 2010

Pumpkin & Apple Picking

Mary Veterano Photography

Over the weekend Roy took me apple and pumpkin picking. It was really cold (and supposedly going to rain) but we had a blast! We enjoyed hunting for apples and running around the pumpkin field. We had lunch at the farm stand next to Johnson's Farms General Store and listened to the live band play. The warm apple cider was the perfect way to end the afternoon!

Mary Veterano Photography
Mary Veterano Photography

We both hadn't been apple picking since we were children and we had fun plucking them from the branches, planning to make some apple pie and cinnamon apple bread.

Mary Veterano Photography
Mary Veterano Photography

This little girl's enthusiasm had me hysterical. Not to mention, this is what I looked like as a child - right down to the purple leggings she was wearing.

Mary Veterano Photography
Mary Veterano Photography

When I saw the first big one I wanted I ran over to it like a four year old and shouted "This one!"

Mary Veterano Photography
Mary Veterano Photography

And of course I was wearing my boots. There was only two of us but we wanted lots of pumpkins. I was using any means necessary to carry them - see the stashed pumpkin in my bag? (P.S. that's my new Epiphanie bag from the wonderful girls at Shutter Sisters and Maile Wilson)

Mary Veterano Photography
Mary Veterano Photography

I'm even happy to find the little ones!

Mary Veterano Photography

Later this week: DIY Fall Decorations - painting mini pumpkins and gourds (aka Jack b' Little gourds) and more!

3 comments:

  1. Oh how gorgeous! I wanna go! Looks like such a fun time, and you've captured some lovely shots.

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  2. Your photos are beautiful!! And so are you! This has me dying to go to a pumpkin patch even more than I already was. And the pumpkin in the bag is adorable. :)

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  3. Thanks Katie! It was a great date day, we had so much fun - I hadn't done it in years.

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