Norm’s Pumpkin Patch in Lowell, Indiana has goats and donkeys! Walking through a family-owned Indiana pumpkin patch like Norm’s just makes me feel good.
We just happened to walk by a guy hauling out a pumpkin past its prime. He asked if we wanted to break it and feed it to the animals. Did we ever! Now that is something that little Indiana had never done in an Indiana town before.
Kid #2 started chattering and shouting, “Horse! Horse!” as soon as he saw the donkey (he’s on a big horse kick right now). Kid #1 was excited to throw in chunks of pumpkin. The goats were happy too–and the baby goat was able to squeeze through the fence on our side before he’d get scared and run back to his mom. Cute! See all the unexpected fun you could have at an Indiana pumpkin patch?
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