Last week I got to go fall shopping with my mom at dog friendly, Pahl’s Market. We have gone every year together for the past few years and it sure is fun!
Pahl’s Market has pumpkin patches all over the place in our area, so it is no wonder they have so many pumpkins at their market! How is a dog supposed to choose?
They are not only dog friendly, they allow kids as well. Actually, they set up a lot of fun stuff for kids to do like a corn bin, hay bale maze, and more. I was a bit worried when I saw all the hay, but then I realized there would be no rats, maybe just some brats, and I was fine again.
They have several nice displays around the greenhouses. I couldn’t find the super cool one I saw last year, but I did find this pretty one.
If you are afraid of spiders and their webs, stay away from this display. The electrical cords were supposed to make up a tangled web for kids to play around in.
Fairy towns are in style these days. There was a display of miniature stuff with fairies on a table. I liked the hobbit like house behind me. It was real pretty too with all the landscaping they did in the village.
Not to be corny, but Indian corn is a big decorating item in the Midwest. I would guess mice really want to move into the greenhouse to get all the corn! I didn’t see any trace of mice in the area when we were there.
Fall shopping at Pahl’s Market is always fun, and this year was no exception. Thankfully, I look pretty good with orange as there was plenty of it around!
If you are a Facebook friend of mine, you may have seen my post about how to decorate my front porch. I couldn’t decide between pumpkins and mums. As you can see in my photo, I did go with what everyone told me to do – I got both. The question I do have is, why are there three pumpkins since we are only two dogs this year? I think the coupon was buy two get one free, but we really only need two. I guess cat bro Bert can have one. Oh well, no cash out of my wallet!