It’s Autumn which means that pumpkin everything is totally normal and October wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the Pumpkin Patch. But not just any Pumpkin Patch, the best patch in Georgia.
Now you probably haven’t heard of Berry Patch Farms for pumpkins, because it’s name doesn’t really scream ” I have pumpkins here”, but they do! And you don’t have to drive all the way up 400 to go to Burt’s which is more like a Pumpkin Parking Lot than a patch. But it’ Woodstock’s best kept secret so don’t go telling everyone..
And here you have it, the best patch in Georgia! Look at all the variety..
Only pulling your gourd.
And if your pumpkin patch doesn’t have pigs, than perhaps your pumpkin patch is hog-wash. At the end of the day, we had looped Berry Patch a couple of times, strolling along in the dimming light and finally made our way to the front where the real pumpkins were. Well the real pumpkins for eating that is! My goal in the next week is to make a pumpkin pie from scratch. I mean after eating this pie, I realized that canned pumpkin just won’t do anymore.