Ron and I met up with some friends today and went to a local pumpkin patch. We had a great time watching pigs race, seeing people shoot a pumpkin cannon, getting lost in a corn maze, riding a hay wagon and picking out a pumpkin. It was great to catch up with them, because we hadn’t seen them in a while, and it was nice to do something fall oriented. I’ve been having a hard time getting into fall because I’m such a warm weather person and fall is the gateway to winter. I think it also didn’t help that my summer was extended by our recent vacation where the weather was warm and sunny. But today was great and much needed. Plus we now have pumpkins, including one for Buddy. I may even put up my Halloween stuff this week.

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  1. mercadeo says:

    It is October, and while we are still enjoying unseasonably warm temps and plenty of sunshine, in this, the driest of weather Seattle has ever recorded, it is also now distinctly fall. The days are shorter, then nights cooler, and the shadows are much, much longer. If you love photography, there is no better day than today, in fact, to head to your Ballard Farmers Market to take some photos. The light is great, and the crops are diverse, plentiful and full of the colors of fall, like these wild yellow chanterelle mushrooms from Foraged & Found Edibles .

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