Maui 2015 – Day 3

On day three we headed Upcountry to Kula Country Farms for their pumpkin patch. They’re open daily during this season and have snack vendors, fresh produce stand, rabbits and mini horses that you can pet, and a big patch of farm-grown pumpkins.

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Kula is a beautiful town high up on the slopes of Haleakala and is noticeably cooler than down in Kahului. Once we stepped out of the car, we were greeted by a breeze that felt like air conditioning! We let Nomz pick three small pumpkins to take back to Oahu.

For lunch we drove down the road to Kula Bistro, a charming restaurant across from the historic Morihara Store. Across the street Nomz got to see some beautiful horses up close while waiting for our table at Kula Bistro.

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Since we got there early, they were still serving breakfast. My Vegetable Frittata and D’s Blueberry Pancakes:

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Upcountry Maui is one of my favorite places on the island, with its cool air, charming farm stands and horses, cows, and goats all over the place.

With tummies full and suitcase heavy with pumpkins, we said goodbye to FIL and D’s beautiful home island and headed back to Oahu. Until next time!

1 Response to “Maui 2015 – Day 3”

  1. 1 Leisha October 15, 2015 at 9:54 pm

    Kula looks beautiful and sounds like you had a great time. Upcountry Maui looks beautiful. Thanks for another wonderful post. Nomz looks so sweet. Only seems yesterday that she was a baby.

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