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Fall Trip 2022: Ludwigsburg & Kürbisaustellung

Finally we made it to Ludwigsburg and met up with my friend for a weekend of pumpkin fun! We had thought since it was the end of Oct it would be pretty chilly outside...but it was so warm and sunny! Which is nice when you are being covid cautious and staying outside, eating outside, everything outside, but unexpected! I definitely didn't pack for warm weather!

The pumpkin fest was at the palace which was nice we got to explore the grounds

And there were still flowers blooming

Such colorful birds!

There were sand sculptures as well as all the pumpkin fun

Heaviest pumpkins

And all the pumpkin sculptures! This year it was animal/rainforest themed

We were a bit too early for the spooky light shows (I believe they started the next weekend), but they were getting ready and testing things out while we were there

Some of the carved pumpkins were getting a bit old...some had collapsed already

And people were carving new ones

So many pumpkins!

There was a large area with all the different varieties! So many, this is just a tiny section!

They even had food I could eat! The pumpkin soup and this pumpkin rice were vegan - I went with the rice as it looked and was so tasty!

It was so much fun!

Afterwards we wandered around town a little bit

It was such a fun trip! All the fall/pumpkin fun was had! We definitely loved the Harz area and have been back since this trip, but we might have to go back to the pumpkin fest also as it was really nice!


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