Is it silly to want to take a trip out to Applejack Pumpkin Patch if you don’t have small children with you? Can I tell you a secret??? I’ve never actually been to a pumpkin patch before. I suppose it’s because I don’t have kids – but the second part of that secret is… I’ve always wanted to visit a pumpkin patch! It just looks like a lot of fun! Having fun is not a sin – last time I checked.
So, this photo, taken just outside of the Applejack Pumpkin Patch is of my friend, Susan. She posted it on facebook and I wanted to post it here today. I love it when my Wichita friends post their day trips (even though I think she was technically on the job – which explains the vest). I appreciate her giving me permission to share it with you.
I’m so thankful she posted this because we drove past it on the way to an antique store just a few days ago – and did I have my camera??? Well of course I didn’t!!! I was kicking myself from that moment on. I even suggested we take another trip just to get a photo of this. That idea was not met with a great deal of enthusiasm, to say the least.
Applejack Pumpkin Patch is in Augusta, Kansas. They have a facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Applejack-Pumpkin-Patch-306961532736120/
There are scheduled activities and loads of fun for everyone (even the childless – well – probably). I may not have kids – but I feel as though I’m still a kid myself… for better or worse!
I’ve seen bales of hay made into a lot of different things – I must admit this is the first Minion I’ve seen – how creative is that? Usually we see hay bales made into jack-O-Lanterns… you know, painted orange with the scary black face – that’s usually what we see.
Susan’s husband posted that if she had her way, Susan would take this giant Minion hay bale home with her and put it in their front yard. I replied by saying, “She would be fighting ME for it – LOL!!!” In reality, could you imagine either one of us – or both of us together – lifting that thing??? I’d say the argument is moot at best, wouldn’t you?
If you would like more information about Applejack Pumpkin Patch, click on this link: http://applejackpumpkinpatch.com/activities/
I enjoy living in Kansas, especially this time of year! We have a lot of farms, which means we have tons of corn mazes, apple festivals, fall harvest celebrations and of course, pumpkin patches! Now, we apparently have added a giant Minion hay bale to the list. Does it get any better than that? I think not! Wink! 😉