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Post by Admin Thu Oct 29, 2020 8:38 pm


I believe the best part of the east coast is the four seasons. I love all that comes with fall. The leaves changing, the pumpkin spice, sweet potato pies, hot chocolate and tea. I also get to rest from the go go pace of the summer. When I get to switch to sweaters and boots I feel the welcomed change. 

A lot has changed due to Covid-19 but fall came in as if nothing ever happened. We lost out on the fairs but I made the best of it this year by visiting local farms. Taking in the foliage on a drive to the farm and enjoying the fresh produce. I have found new ways to stay out doors and take in the changing of the seasons and I am appreciating having the time to do it. These are the little things we take for granted.                   

 FALL BEAUTY 20201024

This is a farm in my town called BOTTICELLO FARMS, where I get my mums to decorate the front porch. The day I went they were setting up this display. You can take a fall picture free of charge. This year it is extra special because there aren't many things to do fall related with all the shut downs and up tick in Covid-19 numbers.  

Even though there wasn't a patch to pick the pumpkins the variety was great. The fall colors are amazing. Here are some of the variety of pumpkins they had. Check out the Cinderella pumpkin that isn't edible but boy it is beautiful. They do have an edible one shaped like a regular pumpkin.

If you are in the Manchester, CT area and would like to visit BTTICELLO'S click on the link bellow to go to their website.

Visit Website --->BOTTICELLO FARMS

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