The Best Pumpkin Patches in Portland, OR (and surrounding areas)

It’s almost that time of year AGAIN. I know I say this all of the time, but where does the time go? UGH! I wished it would slow down a little bit.

My daughter and I have already begun our pumpkin season by starting off with a pumpkin pie blizzard from Dairy Queen; yum!  We’ve even seen some pumpkins at the store already. I think it’s a little too soon for pumpkin carving since Halloween is over a month away, but that’s just me. Get them a week or two before Halloween if you don’t want them to rot or go bad or better yet, go to a pumpkin patch farm for some seasonal fun! Most open up at the end of September.

Bi-Zi Farms

Address: 9504 NE 119th St, Vancouver, WA 98662

Bi-Zi farms is a fun one located in Vancouver, WA but it can be kind of spendy at $10 admission per person. (2 years and under are free and seniors are $8)

But, the admission price includes a pumpkin (any size you can carry, the corn maze, the farm animals, free children’s activities, live music (Friday afternoon, Saturdays and Sundays), one free hot drink (coffee, spiced cider or hot chocolate), wagon ride to the pumpkin patch, corn shelling and grinding station, and a cider sampling!

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How to Make an Alien Brain Hemorrhage Cocktail for Parties

How to Make an Alien Brain Hemorrhage Cocktail

What you will need: Peach Schnapps, Irish Cream, Blue Curacao, & Grenadine Syrup.

  1. Fill a shot glass half full with peach schnapps. 
  2. Gently pour Bailey’s Irish Cream on top until it is almost full.
  3. Carefully add a small amount of blue curacao.
  4. After it settles, add a few drops of grenadine syrup.

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