Thursday, October 31, 2013

October Gone By

Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkin Carving

Fall CSA Cooking

Fall Outdoor Colors

Fall Tea with our CM Group:
The Large Room

Fall Poetry Recitation
October Winds
by Virginia D. Randall
October winds are new and clean;
They sweep the land for Halloween;
They snatch the leaves from all the trees,
Then soften down to faintest breeze.
They chase the cobwebs from the sky,
They bare the crow's nest, way up high;
They sway the poplars in the park,
They push in storm clouds, gray and dark.
They bring a warning nip of frost,
Reminding birds that summer's lost;
Then gently shoo the flocks away,
Before the winter comes to stay.


Eva said...

The pumpkins in the front (first picture) look huge! Were they really that big?

Jenny said...

Hi Eva, Yes! These were actually real pumpkins at the farm! My daughter thought they were so neat that she took that picture :D

Eva said...

Do people buy them to eat them? How would you cook such a big one?