Fall in Hawaii

One of the things I loved the most about living on the mainland is experiencing the different seasons. I love Hawaii, but I really wish we had all four seasons. Fall is my favorite season, and I’m definitely missing the changing leaves, crisp fall air, and the onset of winter. Here’s what fall in Hawaii looks like.

Did you visit a pumpkin patch this year? If not, what’s your favorite fall tradition? ❀️

Fall in Hawaii

44 thoughts on “Fall in Hawaii

    1. Thank you so much, Mary! Fall is arguably the best time to visit! (Nov/Dec is best if you want to see whales and have slightly cooler temperatures, plus the airfare is cheapest as it’s our offseason!)

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  1. This probably sounds so dumb of me but I didn’t know you could grow sunflowers and pumpkins in Hawaii lol. I have never been to Hawaii although our son was stationed there for almost 4 years. I would love to be able to visit someday and go to that pumpkin farm. I really loved the sign “grown here not flown here”.

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  2. BeckyW says:

    This probably sounds so dumb of me but I didn’t know you could grow sunflowers and pumpkins in Hawaii lol. I have never been to Hawaii although our son was stationed there for almost 4 years. I would love to be able to visit someday and go to that pumpkin farm. I really loved the sign “grown here not flown here”.

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