October 19, 2016

All Fall Things at Cox Farms

Looking to engage in some traditional Halloween festivities? I suggest you go out to a good ole pumpkin patch. I'm all about pumpkins (not just PSLs), apple cider, and food. This past weekend I went to Cox Farms located in Centreville with my boyfriend and two of our close friends. My two recommendations before you plan your trip is to get there EARLY when they open (10:00am) and to buy your tickets online. Otherwise, you will be waiting in line for a while. This is our second year going to Cox Farms. We always have a blast! You can feed goats, pet cows, and alpacas (yes--alpacas!), go down fun slides, eat apple cider donuts, eat nachos with chilli, and pick out a free pumpkin on your way out. You can also purchase their huge pumpkins if you are willing to pay $60-$80. I really hope you guys can make it out before October is over, it is well worth the trip.

Group picture is a must!

 These cuties below are called Panda Cows. They are smaller than your typical cow. There are only a handful of them, about 30 total in the world. 
Yes, my friend Cynthia and I went down the slide. Can you say kids at heart?
Feeding the goats!
Seriously, the most photogenic goat. It let us take so many pictures. 
Apple cider and donuts? YES, please. 
Enjoying the donuts. 
 How cute is this pink chair?
 Okay, so I admit I was looking forward to these nachos with chilli.
Close up, cause why not.
 Pumpkins on pumpkins on pumpkins. 
These pumpkins may not seem big but they are!
 My little yorkie loving Fall. 
 Chilling in the front porch. 

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