TJ Farms Estates 🎃 – Chico, California

We had a great time meeting up with friends at the pumpkin patch this week. TJ Farm was super-chill and low-key on Monday afternoon.  It was so relaxing to soak up the sun, enjoy good conversation, and delight in the pumpkin harvest at the farm.  We hope you enjoy the photos.  I snapped this picture of a tractor in a field out of the car window while E was driving on the way there.

Not all pumpkins are orange on this farm. There were so many varieties on display.

Just grab a wagon and head on out to the pumpkin fields.

We even got to cut our pumpkins right off the vines. It was so fun!

Wagons powered by super-Dad!

This little critter looks like he might be regrowing his tail, it looks a little short to me…

The straw bale obstacle course was super-fun!

We couldn’t resist taking mug shot photos in the faux stocks. Some of us really got into character with the faces of true pumpkin thieves! lol

The carriage photo op looks like something straight out of Cinderella’s fairy tale. I wished we’d all had Cinderella costumes!

Aren’t these pumpkins just gorgeous?

We left happy, thirsty, and laden with pumpkins!

We hope you are able to enjoy the season with a trip to a pumpkin patch!

Here are our favorite picture books for pumpkin season:


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Do you know of any other fun pumpkin-themed or squash-themed books for kids?  We’d love to hear your suggestions in the comments below!

8 thoughts on “TJ Farms Estates 🎃 – Chico, California

    1. Thank you for the compliment on my photos. I had so much fun taking them! I hope you are able to find the books at your local library to check them out. We are pretty conservative, and we don’t celebrate Halloween, so finding pumpkin books that I like can be challenging!

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