Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Take a Back Road


I hope you all have been celebrating the beginning of Fall in beautiful ways! I took a super long weekend to myself and decided to leave the busy city of Philadelphia for a country filled weekend at home. I enjoyed family time, a country music festival, back roads, apple cider, and shopping. It was the most restful weekend I've had in a long time and now that I'm looking back at these pictures I wish I was there again. 

These pictures were taken at an orchard close by in Maryland called "Baughers" that I went to with my mom. If you ever find yourself there make sure you get the pumpkin ice cream. It was probably the best thing I had all weekend! Are there any local places by your home that you like to run away to when life gets hectic? 

7 comments

  1. haha how cute are those chicken baskets?! and seeing a bunch of pumpkins and squash together like that makes me all giddy. :) fall is wonderful! and you look so lovely.

    hmmm, I like to visit botanical gardens or grocery stores (weird, I know!) to get away from it all. :)

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  2. Wow, this all looks so festive! I keep seeing pumpkin patches appearing on US blogs now and I am very jealous haha, these places simply don't exist in England...I guess there isn't much demand for them but I love seeing these pics.

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  3. Beautiful pics!
    I like your dress :)

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  4. I love those pictures! The baskets! Oh my gosh, I'm dying, they're so cute and hilarious- did you get one? I just bought four pumpkins for a little project at our house, and I'm hoping to make a few trips to the apple orchards this season (there are TONS here). Happy fall!

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  5. This is so gorgeous... and exactly how I always picture Pennsylvania. =]

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  6. The colours! This is so alien to me. I've never seen "real" barns and pumpkins outside of a supermarket.
    Lovely!

    The Lovelorn

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  7. I'm going pumpkin picking at the weekend, can't wait!

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