Tradition

This is my favorite local produce stand. I’ve been going to this location since I was maybe 3. This isn’t the original building. They built this a while back. Fall is my favorite time to visit. They have loads of pumpkins, mums and all those other traditional fall things. Check out the display on the side of the building. So many squash!

I wasn’t the only one taking photos. It really draws quite a crowd.

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13 Responses to Tradition

  1. Wow, I wish we could get that range of squash out here. Yesterday I couldn’t even find a cooking sized pumpkin, only a carving size or butternut squash. When I was in Michigan we had lots of types but I’ve never seen anything on this scale before.

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  2. Reblogged this on HighlandHeffalump and commented:
    Look at this amazing display and the different varieties of squash!!!

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  3. KerryCan says:

    That is truly spectacular! How clever of them.

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  4. Amazing, and whimsical.

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  5. Wow, that’s novel.

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  6. Stefanie says:

    How cute how they decorate the front. So eye catching.

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  7. chrisknits says:

    That is sooo cool! I saw a clothing store in Seattle that had full windows with over a hundred old sewing machines on display. Floor to ceiling windows!!

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  8. kathyreeves says:

    That is just fabulous!

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  9. salpal1 says:

    Looks like a fun place!

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  10. Alissa Head says:

    This is wonderful!

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  11. That looks really cool! No wonder it’s your favorite 🙂

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  12. Olivia says:

    I go to one of our local farms called Crow Farm on the Cape every fall for about 20 pounds of cranberries to freeze for the year (we eat them all year long). But my daughter who moved to Connecticut is surrounded by farms with amazing farm stands. I’m hooked on the pumpkin donuts from Belltown Orchards. You can pick your own anything just about all summer thru fall. They tractor you out to the appropriate section of their vast orchards. And they have two places to buy the goodies to eat along the way. We had a blast. But I want to visit several next year. Next I’m waiting for the Christmas tree farms that seem to be everywhere near her too!

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