Gail's Pumpkin Patch hits busy season

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If a person is looking for special fall decoration pieces, then there is only one place to go: Gail's Pumpkin Patch in rural Beason. With over three dozen varieties of pumpkins and gourds to choose from, a shopper will be able to find that unusual, one-of-a-kind decoration that only Mother Nature can create. Gail's is in full gear right now with school groups coming in daily besides regular shoppers. For complete information on Gail's Pumpkin Patch, click here.

Pictures by Mike Fak

A train made out of used drums is a hit with tots.

Aptly named snakes, these gourds are very different.


All shapes and colors cover this table full of gourds.

This one is called a Turk's Turban.


There are many more items in the store, including honey and apple cider.

Bring the kids and go into the patch and pick out your own pumpkins.



These pumpkins are for cooking.



One of the numerous pumpkin patch felines takes a snooze after doing her chores.


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