On one of my last posts, I wrote about Fall traditions. Fall is becoming one of the favorite seasons for the whole family and this weekend we visited Suncadia’s harvest festival. We had a blast and made great memories! Pictures speak more than words, please take a look below.
Pumpkins were thoughtfully placed everywhere you went.
I really loved all the details put into this festival.
Pretty perfect white pumpkin. These were placed on every fence post at the entrance.
This area is designed for family photos. There is a bench around the corner and this is the backdrop for photos.
This is the fence surrounding the pumpkin patch.
On our way to the pumpkin patch.
Picking out pumpkins.
Pretty ponies grazing away.
Pumpkins arrangements in many corners.
There was a section showcasing artisans’ handmade merchandise. These are some of the decorations surrounding the merchandise “booths”. Gorgeous.
Covered wagons for hay rides.
Gorgeous day in the Pacific NW.
Leaving the festival.
You can view in the background the beautiful scenery surrounding Suncadia.
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