Last week, we visited Sweet Berry Farm in Marble Falls, Texas. We bought a pumpkin, completed the corn maze, ate homemade ice cream, and fed some feisty goats.
That was how I was going to start my post on our outing to a pumpkin patch. But to be honest, I’m not feeling it right now. This is probably one of those things I’m not supposed to admit.
I’m sure if I do a google search for “blogging tips,” I’m not going to find, “Admit to your readers that you’re tired and are so bogged down in the logistics of moving that you just don’t have the motivation to write about your perfectly lovely day-trip to Marble Falls.”
But it’s true. I’m so fixated on organzing, packing, and finding kid-friendly/pet-friendly hotels along our route to Las Vegas that I’ve been staying up way too late and drinking way too much coffee the next morning.
So, you’ll just have to trust me that we had an outstanding time at Sweet Berry Farm. Don’t believe me? Go check it out for yourself! Sweet Berry Farm is located in Marble Falls, which is about 90 minutes away from San Antonio. Bring cash, sunscreen, and an empty backseat so that you have room to haul your pumpkins home.
p.s. Never fear! I’ll be back on my game later this week. I’ve got a great post coming up…a round-up of my favorite Texas adventures, two years in the making. Stay tuned.