Meet the Seattle Writers & Discover Their Picks for Fall Fun

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Summer may technically be coming to end, but don’t fret. No one knows better than our adventuresome editorial team where to find fun during the fall months. We asked them to give you the scoop on their favorite things to do with their families this time of year. From pumpkin patches to trick-or-treating hot spots to family walks, they’re all over it. Click through the photo gallery to meet our writers and hear their autumn must-do’s.

Angela Alanis

“Last year we visited Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm. It was the first time we'd gone to that farm, and we really liked it because it had so much more to do than just the pumpkin patch. The Farm had a hayride out to the patch, corn maze, cannons that shot corn (and apples!), a trike track in a barn, and a playground. They also made a bunch of food right there so we didn’t have to worry about packing snacks or lunch. We noticed that the most popular items on the menu were the cider and doughnuts. However, we found out that if you go at the end of the day they run out. This year, we’ll be there bright and early!”

What’s your favorite fall activity? Tell us about it in a comment below!

–Kristina Moy

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