Cousin Camp: Trip to Green Acres

We couldn’t have been given a better day to go to the pumpkin patch! Day one of camp was a blast, full of sweet memories and GREAT photo opps.

The family that owns the farm all live on the property and run this beautiful pumpkin and berry farm.

The kids ran around the property, loading up with every kind, color and size of fall they could pull in their green wagons.

When the owner’s mother found out we were from Wasilla, she called around town to see if they wanted a story on us and the connection with Sarah Palin πŸ™‚





We are loving our time together! Having family visit is so fun and it helps to close the distance gap between Tennessee and Alaska.

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  1. I just can’t even imagine going to a pumpkin patch in a tanktop!!! Looks like you are all having a blast! Love the “cousin camp” t’s and think I may need to copy your idea when we go back to MN in 2 years:). Hello to the Bacons as well:)

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  2. I am so longing to be there. Wow I haven’t been to such a place since we left the midwest ten years ago. The annual trip to the patch was a highlight for me each and every autumn. I’m so glad you all could do that together–memories!

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