Pumpkin Picking

Today we took a trip to Cammas Hall Farm to meet up with B (Pudding’s half brother) and his grandparents to pick a pumpkin.

We were meant to be meeting them for 10 am so had to leave just before 9 am. But as usual, we are never on time in this family.

Cammas Hall Farm

Cammas Hall Farm is a family-owned and run business in beautiful countryside on the Hertfordshire/Essex border, which provides a great day out for all the family.

As well as a wide selection of ‘pick your own’ fruit and vegetables (June to October only)  They also have a tea barn, farm shop, maize maze (August to October), nature trail and children’s play area.

We finally arrive around 10.30 and met the gang at the entrance. Straight away B ran up to Pudding and gave him the biggest hug possible.

It’s hard to hear B tell us that he misses Pudding and that they are brothers. You can just tell that B loves being Pudding’s bigger brother, holding his hand, helping him climb and just generally being a big brother.

Pumpkins galore

We couldn’t pick our pumpkins, they were already waiting for us neatly laid out on the floor. This is the first time I’ve gone pumpkin picking. It was cold, busy and i mean fucking ramed

Darran picked the pumpkin and we went to pay for it. They were charging 90p per kg and ours ended up costing £5!!! £5 for a pumpkin!!! It’s Pudding’s first one so I’ll let that go.

We stopped for a hot drink before going outside to the play area which was a good size. Big sandpit, some swings, slippery slid and some quadbikes.

Apart from the cold and the mud, it was a really lovely morning spent with B and his grandparents.

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