Scenes from Halloween weekend in the Napa Valley

by TrevR on October 27, 2007

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It’s the final weekend before Halloween, so we had to take the little one out for a visit to the local pumpkin patch (even though he’ll never remember it).

The fine folks at the Stanly Lane Marketplace (located at the corner of Highway 29 and Highway 121) always put together a very kid and family friendly atmosphere during this time of year. In addition to pumpkins of all shapes, colors and sizes to choose from, they’ve got a giant haystack, fresh, locally grown fruits and veggies, a bunch of pigs and more…Here are a couple photos we snapped during our visit:

Stanley Lane Pumpkin Patch–October 2007

More Stanley Lane–October 2007

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