Friday, October 27, 2017

Carpinito Brothers Pumpkins & Corn Maze - #SaturdaySnapshots

What's Halloween without pumpkins? We saw a gazillion at Carpinito Brothers and had a great time on a beautiful autumn day.
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There's more to this pumpkin patch than
just pumpkins! My husband and
granddaughter tackled the corn maze.

We went through the hay bale maze
more than once too.
Duck racing.
Slides are more fun when you
land in a pile of hay.
Most popular activity?
Playing in the corn bin.

How are you celebrating autumn?





More Info: Carpinito Brothers Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze

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18 comments:

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

What a fun time you had! All the pumpkins, the maze, and all the other activities! So fun!

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Sandra Nachlinger said...

It's always fun spending the day with our granddaughter, especially when we have lots of sunshine and an outdoor activity. We bought a huge pumpkin for her to carve, too.

Allison said...

These activities all look like a lot of fun! For children and adults.

Sandra Nachlinger said...

The place is huge and it was packed with families. It's always fun.
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judy said...

A seasonal tradition? A great day for it!

Sandra Nachlinger said...

We went a couple of weeks ago on another crisp, sunny October day. Yes, a trip to Carpinito's has become an annual tradition for us. Fun!

Lynne Spreen said...

Oh, what fun! I wish I could have taken my grandbabies there. Thanks for posting.

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

How delightful! I do love pumpkins and mazes. Thanks for sharing, and enjoy the fall.

Charlie Anderson said...

How fun! Last year we went to a pumpkin patch that had a corn maze in the shape of Texas. We didn't even get a map. Just a punch card with the 12 presidential names we needed to find. It was frustrating. People had their phones out trying to find those cities on maps and direct themselves through the maze. The Man and I were in there for almost two hours. This place looks much more organized and fun.

Klara S said...

OMG. So MUCH FUN!!!!

NatureFootstep said...

wow, this is soo much fun. I don´t think we have anything like it in Sweden. Loved all actions here :)

Sandra Nachlinger said...

My husband and granddaughter didn't make it all the way through the maze. At one point they turned around and came back the way they'd gone in! But that was good enough for them.

Sandra Nachlinger said...

We had such a good time. Lots of activities for children and grown-ups, too. Plus we had a perfect autumn day--cool weather, sunshine, and bright blue skies.

Sandra Nachlinger said...

Autumn is my favorite time of year. I love the cooler weather and the autumn colors.
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Sandra Nachlinger said...

Events like this are much more fun when there are children involved, aren't they? I wish your grandbabies could enjoy this experience too.

Sandra Nachlinger said...

I really missed autumn when we lived in South Florida, so now I'm making up for it. Love the leaves changing color and the cooler temperature.

Sue Jackson said...

Wow, that looks like a fun place! We have a couple of places around here with lots of stuff like that, but the place we go to got rid of a lot of it - we still go for the donuts!

That is an amazingly complicated corn maze!

Looks like a fun family day -

Sue

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Sandra Nachlinger said...

It was a fun family day, Sue. We're lucky to have this fabulous nursery and plant farm nearby.