Sunday, October 9, 2011

Enjoying a Beautiful Fall Afternoon

     Last Friday afternoon I spent a leisurely afternoon just enjoying the beautiful fall countryside.  I drove through southern Indiana to a very popular farm known for it's good food and family fun.  The farm, known as "Huber's" is a long drive to the middle of nowhere, but well worth your time.  I hope you enjoy my pictorial tour as much as I enjoyed my adventure.                          
The Lake, complete with ducks
Pulling up to the Farmers Market
More pumpkins and gourds than I've ever seen
An Amazing Farmers Market
More pumpkins
Even more pumpkins
Talking Tree
The Winery
The Ice Cream Parlor
Farmer and Mrs Hay Bales
Entrance to the Children's Fun Farm



Gardens next to the restaurant

     Peace and love to all.  I hope you have a wonderful season, whatever that may be in your part of the world.   
Until next time...that's my view.

Kat

9 comments:

  1. Ah! The very definition of mid-America in the fall. How beautiful!

    Pearl

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  2. Pearl, thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Hi kat. Great pictures. The place looks so pristine. Like a wot Ty place to see.... Glad you enjoyed yourself.

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  4. This is great Kat.
    Brat are I are driving from NY to CA later this month and even though it's a quick trip I hope we get to see a few sites. Enjoy the day!

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  5. I love see your part of the country. It's been a very long time since I've been down your way (use to drive truck 20 years ago). Thanks for sharing. I hope you have a great night sleep. Blessings my friend.

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  6. Thanks all. I'm glad you enjoyed my pictures. @Diva - Hope you and Brat have a great trip! That sounds like fun!

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  7. Gorgeous pics! I took a look at your profile info over on the right and am trying really hard not to be even a wee bit jealous. I've lived in suburbia (more city than country, for sure) for almost all of my life and I really, really want to move out to the country. We're in the process of looking for places with some acreage, and when the right one comes along, we'll know it. I keep thinking "red barn, black & white cow, room to roam." :O)

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  8. @ Word Nerd - I'm glad you enjoyed my pictures. Living in the country is great. I can't imagine living in the big city. A little word of advice...forget the black and white cow. We have a whole farm full and they have to be milked twice a day, 365 days a year; no holidays off. The rest of your dream sounds wonderful. Get you a nice horse instead. LOL

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  9. LOL! I did see a really cool life-sized cow statue. Maybe that'd be a better choice for me...

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