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Fall's bountiful harvest comes to Mid-Multnomah County

It was 30 years ago that Gloria Trapold parked her station wagon at a field on Northeast 148th Avenue at Marine Drive and began selling pumpkins to anybody who stopped. It's the family-run Trapold Farms. Located on 80 acres in Mid-Multnomah County, neighbors know the produce outlet next door to the Pumpkin Patch as The Barn. The Barn is open till Thanksgiving selling fresh produce. Pictured here at the Pumpkin Patch on the Trapold Farm is the Lane family (from left) father Frank, mother Nicole holding son Brogan age ten months, and son Jake, age two and a half.

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