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[PDX] Sauvie Island Pumpkin Patches

Nick | Oct 12, 200406:16 AM     3

Wife and I went to Sauvie Island this weekend to get ourselves some pumpkins. It was a beautiful day. We hit both The Pumpkin Patch and Kruger's. The former is the larger, but each has their own charm. The latter isn't as packed, eg.

The food was a little weak, the best things being the caramel apples, elephant ears, and fresh doughnuts.

But it was fun overall and would have been a lot more fun with kids. If one of them built a pumpkin catapult, I'd spend all day out there buying and launching pumpkins.

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