We have the same pumpkins here in Argentina, we call then "criollo" or grey, they are a little bit bigger, mine was around 11Kg this summer :DLovely pics as usual!
That sounds like a good pumpkin! We call these Queensland blues and they are a dry pumpkin that is very tasty :)
Such pretty pictures friend! Love that shot of the pumpkin! So glad to hear you are enjoying the holiday.....have a great week!!! Nicole xoxo
Thank you lovely lady. We're having a nice break :)
Oh how gorgeous, that sunlight and all that life that's going on!
We've had some gorgeous weather- perfect for lapping it up!
oh your pictures are gorgeous!!! And your pumpkins look just like mine…so thrilled to be harvesting them this year…pumpkin soup this winter! xx
How fantastic to be getting a pumpkin harvest :) I'm looking foward to loads of pumpkiny goodness as well!
It looks great. I've always wanted to take my kids to a farm however farm stays even for a weekend can be up to $600 so we haven't done it. Regards Kathy A, Brisbane, Australia
Goodness, I had no idea it was that $$. I know we're really fortunate. Your camping looked lots of fun :)
Beautiful images, as usual:)
Thank you so much.
Gorgeous photos of a beautiful farm! You should enter your photos in the local art show or Ag show.
You're very kind Nelly :) I would never have thought to do that!
It looks like you have some eager hands helping with your pumpkin harvest! And what a stunning pumpkin that is.Gorgeous sunfilled images here today :)
Yes very eager! My kids are always my big helpers :)