Wordless Wednesday: Pumpkin Patch

October 7, 2009 on 7:00 am | In Uncategorized |

Okay, a few words: Every year, MIT’s glass blowing lab has a pumpkin patch in the fall. In Cambridge, near the lab, the artists showcase and sell a beautiful new crop of colorful, hand-blown pumpkins. I don’t remember when or why we first discovered it - we must have been driving by and noticed the huge (HUGE) crowd gathered around a field. And, once there, you can’t help but spend an hour or so strolling around. (And I dare you to leave without buying a pumpkin!) Another fun fall activity in New England.

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