The air has been crisp and cool in Washington this past week signaling that the month of October has finally come into its own. As the first true fall month of this area, the leaves are finally starting to change colors and jackets have become a permanent fixture when heading outside.
Not to mention, pumpkins are on everyone’s minds.
With just under two weeks until October’s festivities come to a close, time is dwindling to pick out the perfect pumpkin to scoop out the seeds for a quick fall treat and carve the rest into a ghoulish or silly jack-o-lantern.
In addition to having an awesome time hunting through pumpkin patches, families and other visitors to local area farms can be entertained