Through My Lens – A Visit to Carmichael’s Pumpkin Patch


Sunday afternoon the family traveled from Tulsa down to the country outside of Bixby to Carmichael’s Pumpkin Patch to pick out the family pumpkins for Fall.


We saw some greedy goats.


And some cute little goats. At what point do they turn into shameless beggars?


We saw a lonely, humiliated chicken sharing its space with a rabbit and a tiny little pumpkin.


And a pot bellied pig looking a little frazzled trying to take care of her youngins. (Youngin is a word in Oklahoma just in case you are wondering. Other words have disappeared. Nobody knows what a Democrat is here any more. Except for some old timers who don’t really want to talk about it too much.


And we saw  brahma cow. aaaa _DSC0127

And a few llamas. 


And some youngins making a little selfie nest in the pumpkins. Aren’t they cute. I wasn’t the only one taking pics of them making a selfie. Look at the lady across the way.


Oh yeah, we did find a couple of pumpkins!!!

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12 thoughts on “Through My Lens – A Visit to Carmichael’s Pumpkin Patch

  1. Eileen

    Hello, I love all the cute critters. And the shot with your family and the pumpkins look great too. A fun day at the pumpkin patch!
    Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

  2. sylviakirk

    Ah, pumpkin time it is indeed and I do love all your pics for the day!! Thanks for sharing the fun, as always! I hope you and your family have a great new week!! Enjoy!

  3. Driller's Place

    I think that “youngins” is a Missouri word and “younguns” is with the Oklahoma accent. At any rate they are capturing a great image of themselves having fun. I love the rabbit and the chicken in the same pen.

  4. bettyl-NZ

    Thanks for the visit to the pumpkin patch! I really like to see US fall colors and decorations. Believe it or not, most of the ‘pumpkins’ here in New Zealand are gray. Not very festive at all.

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