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Pumpkin world.

We may have a new tradition. We discovered a small farm not too far away from where we live where they grow and sell pumpkins. We haven’t got many of these around here and we were intrigued so 2 weeks ago we decided to go there and see if it might be worth a yearly trip.

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As you might expect, there are pumpkins everywhere – different kinds, different sizes, different colours. I loved that.

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There was also a really cute pig that, unfortunately, did not want to pose for a proper close-up.

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But seriously, if you love pumpkins as much as I do, this place is a paradise.

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It was such a perfect day for an autumn/Halloween themed trip!

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This old chap was standing guard.

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And they have bunnies, too! Huge bunnies.

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There was also a barn where you could go and carve/paint your pumpkin — and then either take it with you or leave it there on display.

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I kept getting Children of the Corn vibes. šŸ˜›

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They have pumpkin pyramids!

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Just look at that. Isn’t it gorgeous?

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The weather was truly perfect that day.

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Mum loved it there.

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They even have a corn maze!

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It may not look it from the photos but it was really busy.

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If you dare, you can make your way up to the spooky tower. You have to climb up a couple of wooden ladders to get there but it’s definitely worth it.

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And before you go, you can have their home-made pumpkin soup. We had some and I can vouch for its deliciousness.

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We spent there almost an hour and a half and we bought 4 amazing pumpkins.

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And this was what we drove through on the way home. It was an incredible trip and I’m looking forward to it becoming a tradition for us.

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