Carolyn's Country Cousins Pumpkin Patch

This weekend and next weekend are usually the busiest at Carolyn's Country Cousins Pumpkin Patch, and since last weekend was a wash, they are expecting a lot of people.

LIBERTY, MO (KCTV) -- If you plan to go looking for pumpkins this weekend, make sure you bring your rain or mud boots, and you may want to keep an umbrella handy as well.

This weekend and next weekend are usually the busiest at Carolyn's Country Cousins Pumpkin Patch, and since last weekend was a wash, they are expecting a lot of people.

“This weekend is going to be a very big one," owner Carolyn Raasch said.

There are pumpkins everywhere you look at Carolyn's Country Cousins Pumpkin Patch.

The rain only slowed them down one day last week when the tractor couldn’t get out to the field.

But this weekend, Raasch says they are good to go.

They even grabbed a few of their best pumpkins and brought them up to the barn. These are ones that were in lower places or were heavy and far away so that people don’t have to slog through the mud if they don’t want to.

“We were so dry that a lot of that rain just soaked right in because we really, really needed it," Raasch said.

And if you find a not-so-nice pumpkin, you can always put it in the new Pumpkinator and blast it off. Some land half a mile away.

There’s also the petting farm, a train and plenty of food.

And when you come to Carolyn's Country Cousins Pumpkin Patch, you can get one of their famous pumpkin donuts.

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