Fall Bucket List

I made a fun little bucket list for summer and while we didn’t get to everything on that list, I still had fun making it and trying to get through everything on it. In the spirit of that, I decided to make a Fall Bucket List as well. It’s a little shorter than my summer list was, but it is also a shorter season! Here it is.

I made it colorful again because that’s what I do! In case you can’t read it, it is as follows:

-Go to Aamodt’s Apple Orchard and pick our own apples

-Schedule family pictures

-Visit the pumpkin patch

-Bake apple pie

-Host a smaller scale Oktoberfest party

-Jump in the leaves

-Visit a winery and do some wine tasting

-Bonfire in the backyard

-Pick out and put together Halloween costumes

-Make hot apple cider

-Go for a scenic drive to look at leaves

-Celebrate 30 days of Thankfulness in November

-Celebrate birthdays

-Find some fall festivals or events to attend

-Cook a pot roast dinner and/or chili in the crockpot

So, not a huge list, but definitely things that I think we can and will do! We’ll continue to disc golf while the weather is still nice as well and I’m guessing we’ll continue our taproom lunch tradition for a little bit too. I’m just embracing this season with open arms!

Do you like Fall? What’s on your must do list?

11 thoughts on “Fall Bucket List”

    1. Haha! It totally is, except we didn’t brew beer this summer…oops! So we’re thinking of just having a few people over for a bottle share instead.

  1. I like lists like this because they encourage us to get out and have fun. Too often people sit at home bored instead of pursuing adventure. My fall list includes going to Cooperstown to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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