Many of you enjoyed our Tasty Tuesday Tutorial on Roasting A Pumpkin.
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Where did we get the PUMPKIN?
We are very fortunate that there’s a country farm nearby, known for their Pumpkin Patch
I am Golden Happy to visit but …
I stayed in the car. Mom left the sunroof open so I can see part of the farm.
KAPU is a Hawaiian word that means forbidden and/or stay out.
We visited Kula Country Farms, a 4th generation family farm.
It is located on the slopes of Haleakala in Kula Maui, Hawaii.
KULA means ‘open meadows’ in Hawaiian.
Best produced are grown in Kula due to its cool climate and rich soil.
Kula Country Farm is famous for their Fall PUMPKIN patch.
It is a popular attraction for local families and visitors of the island.
Lots of pumpkins and you get to pick your own.
Amazing view. On a clear sunny day, you will see a bi-coastal view of Maui, HI.
As always, mom enjoyed taking photos of flowers particularly the Sunflowers.
It was a lovely place to visit and makes us remember Fall season.
If you plan to visit Maui, HI during Fall season (late September – October) make sure to take some time to visit Kula Country Farms. They have a produce stand where you can purchase other fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers. They also have a food trailer truck on site.
Hope you enjoyed another edition of Sugar’s Golden Tours, Kula Maui, HI
Lots of Golden L♥VE n Woofs
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prancer pie says
Beautiful sunflowers! What a lovely place to visit, Sugar. (even though dogs aren’t allowed) Thanks fur takin us along. XOXO
It looks like a beautiful place to visit. If they met you once, Sugar, they would start allowing puppy dogs. 🙂
You are irresistible! Happy Fall to you!
We are positive that if they met you, Sugar, they would change that policy!! What a beautiful place to visit!! We especially love the sunflowers!! So pretty!! xoxo Chloe and LadyBug
What a beautiful place! Too bad you weren’t allowed in but at least you got to sneak a peak!
Lisa @ Two Bears Farm says
What a pretty place. Sorry they don’t allow dogs. We went to a festival last weekend that was very dog-friendly. Our dog won a free spa day when my oldest son spun a prize wheel! He is looking forward to it, even though he’s a farm dog 😉
Madi and Mom says
OMDs Sugar…Hawaii pumpkins are ten times brighter than mainland pumpkins.
I’m 100% sure had the farm owners KNOWN Sugar was on site they would have let you in ’cause you are so very well behaved but at least you had a dog’s eye view out the sun roof.
Hugs Madi your BFFF
i like the new word… Kapu… love that word. and those sunflowers are calling my name
Oh I would love to visit Maui your photos are amazing and beautiful. B
Too bad you couldn’t enjoy the pumpkin farm. I love all those pictures.
Cindy & Milllie
The pics are BEAUTIFUL! Thanks for sharing!
Well, Kapuey!! I can’t believe you of all dogs were not allowed Sugar! It was a very beautiful farm though and I bet you enjoyed looking through the window. 🙂
Great post and love your dog ~ wonderful photography ~ (A Creative Harbor) artmusedog and Carol ^_^
that is a most bootiful punkin patch..I’m sowwy they didn’t let you in cause I think it would have been even bettew wif you in it.
Boo da Pest is nothing like NewYawk..it’s tiny in compawison and so vewy old and pwetty shabby in many places. Sometimes it’s hawd fow Mommi (she gets homesick fow Manhattan), but as fow me, I’m happy as long as I’m wif my family
What a beautiful place. I have never seen anything like that in the UK xx00xx
That is such a beautiful place sugar. To bad you could not go in with your MOM. But look how sweet you are to wait for her in the car. MOM roasted a pumpkin two nights ago it was yummmm yummmm.
Molly The Wally says
The colours are lovely Suar. Have a terrific Thursday.
Best wishes Molly
Sugar, are you in Hawaii? How cool is that. I hope you didn’t have any trouble with their customs and all. The photos are beautiful!
Pineapples, pumpkins, beaches and you! Maui is perfect! Aloha Sugar!
Such a pretty, pretty place! Would have been a beautiful place though, if you had been allowed in!
Lovies, Miss Mindy
Hi Sugar, I’ve only been up to that mountain once-to see the sunrise. I will have to remember it and go there when we come back to your island. Love your mom photos. Hope you have a wonderful evening.
Aloha, Noreen & Hunter
great photos..is this anywhere near the lavender farm??? My friend Barbara would go to Kula area to get all her plants then haul them back to Molokai on the ferry 🙂
Wow, that sure looks like one beautiful place!!! I’d love to visit just to shoot photos!
Very cool Sugar!! Your Moms sure takes some amazin’ pics!
Amazing – it does look really fall like! Very pretty!
Wow, looks like a fun place to visit!
Mitch and Molly says
What beautiful Sunflowers and pumpkins! Autumn comes to Hawaii too!
Love ya lots
Mitch and Molly
Well it looks like a very nice pumpking farm but no pets? That just doesn’t seem right 🙂
Now that looks like an amazing pumpkin patch and farm to check out! Those photos look incredible! Too bad they didn’t allow you to come and have a sniff too! I’m sure it’s because of dogs like me though…who choose to sniff and tinkle on them! 😉
Hailey's Lady says
Beautiful farm, too bad you couldn’t check it out. Hailey and Zaphod
I sure wish I could have tagged along on that pumpkin patch visit. That looks like a lot of fun. Too bad you weren’t able to enjoy it with your mom.
Love the pumpkins and the sunflowers! What a neat place to visit!
That is a great pumpkin patch. Your flower photos are so vibrant and pretty too.
Now I feel really worthless, Sugar! You can grow pumpkins in Hawaii, but I didn’t even try in Nebraska. Lol.
Madge @ TheViewFromRightHere says
I love country farms that have pumpkin patches… look like you had a good time! Thanks for visiting!
Those pumpkins look nice! I must visit Hawaii sometime
We are surprised to see a pumpkin patch in Hawaii!! Didn’t figure the climate was right for such a crop…thanks for opening our eyes!!
And such a pretty pumpkin patch. Sorry you couldn’t go, Sugar 🙁
Wyatt and Stanzie
Do the pumpkins taste different because of the island climate?
Two French Bulldogs says
Benny & Lily
caren gittleman says
so pretty but I think they could have made an exception for you!
That farm looks like a great place to run free and play in the pumpkin patch! Too bad you couldn’t do it! Tell your human she takes great pictures!
Woof Woof Sugar!