For six years running, our small family has been going down to Santaquin in the Fall to visit the big red barn at Southridge Farm for pumpkin-picking (and donut-eating, cider-drinking, ice cream-licking, cherry jam-buying…) and a good time all around. We’ve been happy to have it become a tradition on a grander scale over the last few years with extended Mott family. This year, there were a couple of new additions:
Jambalaya. And other cajun and creole delights. We ate at Boudreaux’s Bistro in Payson on our way down and had some yummy food, all thanks to Kasey and Emily. Hopefully this really does become a tradition, because we would love to go again and eat more…alligator sausage! Oh yes, we did.
Southridge Farm also built this fun slide since last year, and everyone went down, young and old. Though a little bumpy, it was lots of fun!
Of course, we managed to find a couple of great pumpkins to welcome Autumn, too. Good times, yet again. We love our Southridge Farm tradition!