First weekend for Alki pumpkin patch

Student entrepreneur Erik — formerly of the produce stand by The Homestead — is back in business with a pumpkin patch in the Wheel Fun spot next to Coastal, scarecrows & all:


Erik told us he didn’t reopen last weekend as he had hoped because of some trouble lining up a pumpkin supplier – but from here on out, he will be there Fridays-Saturdays-Sundays, 11 am to dusk, selling some produce as well as cider and tea:


Pumpkins are priced by size, $1 through $8.



2 Replies to "First weekend for Alki pumpkin patch"

  • K October 14, 2007 (2:42 pm)

    We went there today with our 2 year old and it was perfect! Inexpensive pumpkin, organic produce & yummy apple cider. We topped it off with a walk on the beach.

  • Jumbojim October 15, 2007 (3:31 pm)

    Good for you Erik! Its nice to see a small business like this, done up as a contrast to all the typical urban-slick businesses. I’m not against urban slickness, but I do like some variety. Hope you make a mint!

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