17 October 2011

Autumn Walk, Pumpkin Patch and Seasonal Squash


How could a person not fall in love with Autumn with scenery like this!


Pictures from my walk on the Galloping Goose Trail


The vibrant colours of Fall: Yellow, Orange, Green and Brown


Autumn is what makes me appreciate living in Victoria


Even the sun peeked its head out from behind the clouds :)


A few minutes away, just off the trail, I headed
down to my favourite local market, The Root Cellar


Peninsula Pumpkin Punkin' Patch


I actually just realized right now it says Punkin' Patch


I guess they are Punk Pumpkins... chilling on Hay Bales 


Decorative Gourds and Baby Hay Bales


Blue Pumpkin Squash!?!


Definitely have to give this new crop a try


Butternut Squash


Assorted Winter Squash


Obviously you know which Squash I bought...


Kabocha Squash (Japanese Pumpkin)


I immediately cut and roasted some up in the oven, for a snack


Did I tell you already how much I love Autumn/Fall?

15 comments:

nicoleandgwendolyn.com said... [reply]

this has just inspired me to take gwendolyn on a hike in the enchanted forrest sometime this week! beautiful photos!

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

I can tell how much you love fall :-)

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

I LOVE everything about fall! I'm heading to the pumpkin patch this weekend and I can't wait!!!

Lauren said... [reply]

Great pics! Hahah i can see someone LOVES fall! I am the same way :)

Living, Learning, Eating said... [reply]

I used to dislike fall, but it's growing on me :)

Shannon @ Healthiful Balance said... [reply]

Nice pictures! I love Fall! :)
Going to the pumpkin patch farm is fun! :D

Hannah said... [reply]

Autumn is so beautiful, especially in your area. We don't have much of a fall here in Florida. Thankfully we're heading up to Indianna and Pennsylvania next month, so I hope to see a bit more!

Galloping goose? That's quite a name!

Chelsea said... [reply]

You live in such a gorgeous area!

They grow blue pumpkins at the farm where I worked this summer and my boss said they're even tastier than regular pumpkins. I really want to try one now!

Haley @ Health Freak College Girl said... [reply]

and this is why i love fall :)

Katie@Real Food Katie's Way said... [reply]

I am enormously jealous of every blogger who has visited a punkin patch recently! I've never been.....

Blue pumpkins??? How cool is that!!!

sara said... [reply]

beautiful fall photos! this is the best time of the year. here in texas, today was the first day that really felt like autumn, and i had to get out and take a walk and enjoy it.

i don't think i've had kabocha squash -- i'll have to try it this fall.

Electra @ Vanilla Bean Lean said... [reply]

These pictures make me happier than happy! I LOOOOVE fall, the leaves, the trees, the pumpkins, the squash. I love it all. Your photography rocks too!! :)

Gina said... [reply]

That scenery is beautiful!!! I want some squash now :)

Marianne (frenchfriestoflaxseeds) said... [reply]

I miss shopping at the Root Cellar - I would go every Saturday morning to stock up on my fruits and veg. It was a great weekend ritual.

And I think those blue pumpkins were the kind that were popular in Australia - when they talked about pumpkin, it always looked like that.

Anonymous said... [reply]

Thanks for the props - glad u love the local autumn harvest as much as we do! Especially the 'punkins'...
~ The Root Cellar

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