Today we visited Kennedy’s Pumpkin Patch in Julianstown, Meath to pick some pumpkins and tomorrow we’ll cut them up. What they did was they harvested loads of pumpkins and put them all in one area and that is where you’ll select your pumpkin. We arrived at 11:20 am to line of cars so it’s very popular. Fortunately, I had them on my Facebook page and when I saw they had (tickets via eventbrite for FREE) I booked us in on Saturday. It went very quick and so many missed out -but we got lucky.
After we drove up the Carlingford, which is a very cute village, fully decorated for Halloween, on the edge of the Moune Mountains of Northern Ireland. We had lunch in the same place as before and while it was good,
I think we’ll opt to try a new place next time. Plus the Oyster guy in his van as not there – so Soren was a bitbummed as he had a 2.00 coin in his pocket, which he found at the farm, so was saving it for two of them.
Such nice views – well worth the short detour. Next time, we’ll cross over the lough and into Northern Ireland to explore Game of Thrones region, etc. I’d love to get a holiday home up there for a week, explore all around the area at leisure.
So after I scooped out ALL THREE pumpkins,
This year we’ll stay local on Halloween. First we’ll trick-o-treat on our street early and then at 7 pm, we’ll watch fireworks over by the school. Who knew Ireland took part in the festivities a lot like the Americans do.
The women’s club hosted a kids Halloween party last week where they had a good time. There was a donut on a line game, limbo, trick-or-treating and more.