Pumpkin Patch Style (a series), Part Three

Could there possibly be more pumpkin patches in my area to visit? The answer is yes, definitely yes. If anything, you can count on this girl right here to find them. 

This time, the adventure took place at Watson Farms, in Bowmanville Ontario. Much like the other pumpkin patches I've visited so far, this one had an area filled with a wide variety of pumpkins to choose from, a cute little gift shop with: crafts, baked goods, apples grown right on the farm, and other delicious goodies, there was a kids area called "Watsonland" with a petting zoo and play area, and there were wagon rides offered (to take you apple picking). 

It was such a great set-up overall, I loved the Halloween decor as an added touch as well. However, the icing to the cake of my visit had to be the goats and sheep in the petting zoo. There's something about the noises that sheep make that just send me into a fit of laughter, it was a great way to brighten up such a cloudy day. 

Check out the photos below from my visit:




Sweater: American Eagle (similar) || Jeans: American Eagle || Purse: Roots || 


Could this be it for pumpkin patch adventures? Who knows! But the Halloween and fall festivities are certainly not over, stay subscribed for more!

Have a Spell-bounding Sunday everyone!



7 comments:

  1. I love this. The pictures are great! This is making me want to go pumpkin picking ASAP. I am missing the apple cider donuts these farms usually have. I hope you got to eat some!

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    1. I went to an Apple Fest in my area this past weekend and they actually had apple cider donuts there! I opted for the cookies instead, but apple cider flavoured anything is amazing!

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  2. We love going to the pumpkin patch, for some reason we do not have white pumpkins here though. I am loving them in my home decor but there are no real ones!

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