So recently me and E went pumpkin picking at our local farm Trevaskis Farm in Cornwall. It was a beautiful sunny but cold autumn day so it was perfect!
First we had lunch in there restaurant, i had a duck wrap with chips and E shared some sausage and chips with her cousin. Unfortunately we were too full up on lunch to take advantage of there gorgeous homemade desserts they have on offer so that means we will have to take another trip there sometime soon!
We had a little walk around the animals first, they had a few horses, ponies, and donkeys. E loved seeing all the animals and walked around saying what they were! Her speak is really coming on!
Then we arrived at the pumpkin patch, i was really really surprised how reasonable the price of the pumpkins were! They were just as much as what you would buy in the shop but here you get the fun of choosing which one and supporting a local farm at the same time! They had a sign up with three pumpkin sizes so you could work out what your pumpkins would cost you! We went for a medium size one and a smaller one! (its all i could carry on my own) Eloise went sprinting down the pumpkin patch tripping over most of the pumpkins and attempting to pick up ginormous ones! Our pumpkins only costs us about £3-4 pounds for both of them!!
If you live in Cornwall i would recommend taking a visit to this farm for pumpkin picking, lunch and even a cheeky dessert!
Ive got a vlog up on my Youtube channel of us on the day pumpkin picking - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIzgWBVyAOM&t=227s
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