why fall is great part 1

October 4, 2010 at 2:40 pm 1 comment

it’s no secret that i like cool weather.

i also have a serious love for the month of october. (but seriously, what is better than silly costumes and cool breezes and haunted houses and apple cider and corn fields and pumpkins????  answer: nothing)

pumpkin is good in almost every way. let’s take a look.

example A:

(don’t lie, that made you giggle a tiny bit.)

example B:

shipyard pumpkinhead beer. it really is so good. if i could force everyone to go out and buy one beer to represent fall, it would be this. it’s spicy and flavorful, but not sweet or syrup-y like some (southern tier pumpking – ick) or too heavy like others. it also reminds me of my days back in gloucester, mass. when i got to celebrate halloween with these two:


the other really great thing about fall is that at a moment’s notice, a normal saturday can turn into this:

for more info on a day of acting like a small child, investigate here.

stay tuned for part 2.


Entry filed under: Meals.

october something to think about….

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Lauren  |  October 11, 2010 at 10:18 am

    Such simple but great costumes. I miss you and Pumpkin head beer. To be honest I don’t know which I miss more. If you came to Cali with Pumpkin head beer you would definitely Win! Think about it!


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