What a great time you had – so nice. And what a nice weather. Here it is already as cold as in Winter. So sad. Great photos. Whew – and lots of flies yet! I wish you a nice start into the upcoming new week, Celi! Loading... Reply
What a great time you had – so nice. And what a nice weather. Here it is already as cold as in Winter. So sad. Great photos. Whew – and lots of flies yet!
I wish you a nice start into the upcoming new week, Celi!
Great looking Jack o lantern Miss A! Sure looks like the flies think thanksgiving has come early, good thing, maybe keeps them out the kitchen 🙂 Laura
🙂 Mandy xo
That poor pumpkin needs a tail for swishing away flies. Funny picture!
I love the beauty pageant of all the Girls lined up in a row! Aunty Del is such a glamourpuss! I must make myself some curried pumpkin soup soon, they’re going to be out of season any time now…
A picture perfect day indeed!
Lovely pictures (except for those pesky flies!)
Gosh, I haven’t carved a pumpkin since I was a kid!!! This makes me want to do exactly that, and I’m going to! Happy Fall Everyone!!! 🙂
Curried pumpkin soup…great idea KateC! Those flies seem to be having a wonderful treat.
Here’s my favourite recipe: https://talltalesfromchiconia.wordpress.com/2013/10/28/curried-ham-pumpkin-soup-with-dumplings
Great pumpkins! I had a very successful Halloween party in Barcelona in 1992. We carved loads of pumpkins and did fancy dress. In those days I don’t think anyone had done a party like that there and it was a great success – the flat was picked to the gills. We got into big trouble with an old Catalan lady, a couple of days later, for dropping the soggy pumpkin heads off the balcony into the dustbins below and making a racket 😉
Boom! Boom! Boom!
It was fun up until that point – we were 3 floors up and the pumpkins disintegrated when they hit the floor of the bins 🙂
Like throwing water balloons off a building only, you know more fleshy and orangey. ha It does sound like fun!
SO Naughty! c
Sheila would love the pulped pumpkins 😉
Wonderful autumnal photos! We are having super mild temperatures here in southern Ontario too and it is greatly appreciated. So sorry you’re feeling like you are into winter already Irmi. And, Laura, Thanksgiving comes early in Canada, this weekend actually, so those flies just may be of the Canuk variety…. lol The fall harvest time is a favourite with me… the colours and bounty of the season are a time to celebrate!
Hope your day is a lovely one too! ~ Mame 🙂
Oh, thank you for your sympathy, Mame. 🙂 Isn’t it nearly winter when temps come close to 32F/0C in the nights and not more than 45F/6C (max.50F/10C) in daytime? They even announced snow for the coming days – maybe not in town yet (I hope so) but in the surroundings…. Grrr. I do Not like, no! But yes, I know too, that I will love Mr. Winter once he has moved in: with his gifts of lovely cristals falling silently from the sky, with his white soft blankets that cover all the naked browns and greys and with that tranquility that goes along with it even in the city …. – yes, I love that too. But not yet! – Ah, and the worst at the moment are the X-mas decorations in shops and supermarkets since the beginning of that month…..
Enjoy your lovely weather over there in Ontario, Mame, and have a nice Thanksgiving!
So fun to have a little one around to carve pumpkins and visit all the Farmy residents! I am so jealous of Miss A’s hair…she is such a doll! C. that feast looks scrumptious…what is in the pan next to the chicken and in the bowls. And what beautiful photography of the table!
roasted potatoes, salad, left over pumpkin stuffing – all kinds of things! we had such feasts
The Pumpkin’s face is so cute. But bad flies! This is such extraordinary good weather! Today too!
The cows are wondering why they don’t get to EAT that pumpkin!
I divided up the insides and they woofed them down! c
My Dad’s opinion of pumpkin is ‘cow food’ as I’m sure your bovine crowd would agree, as well as porcine 🙂 Myself, I would make soup and draw a face in it…
I absolutely adore the portrait of the photographer in the cornfield.
She is a beautiful woman.. c
Fine-looking herd. Good food, too!
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Now that looks like a feast 😀