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For how much we love pie during the summer (which is a lot… because, strawberry plus rhubarb), fall seems to waken a pie monster around here that Requires Pie. And More Pie.
Pair the Pie Monster with the fact that there is this magical-woodland park here in Saipan and, really, it was only a matter of time before we put together a Pie Party with the most fabulous of Pie Bars.
Even better- my (new) friend Sara who runs a bakery here in Saipan made the pies. Moving tip- meet people like Sara as quickly as possible.
Did you pick up on my Fake Fall garlands? We don’t quite have crunchy leaves and boot weather around here- but we do have a Flame Tree in our yard. Aren’t those red-orange flowers perfect for a Fall Pie Bar? We made the ‘runner’ by stringing the blooms onto waxed thread (we did it the night before and they held up great!).
And let’s chat for a second about this Magical Woodland park. It’s next to the most gorgeous beach (that’s the ocean way in the background), but doesn’t it look surprisingly enchanted forrest-y?
I mean, we live on a tropical island.
And those wooden/concrete tables are scattered throughout the park. I die. Burke actually had a little chat with me about “why I’m so obsessed with the magical woodland park tables.” Haha!
I have a feeling you might be seeing more of this ‘magical woodland’ park and its tables in the future! Happy pie party-ing, friends!
Hooray for magical woodland parks and fun tables! Double hooray for the illusion of fall on your tropical island 🙂
TRUE- Leslie, you’d love this park so much! The kids are so sick of me raving about it… 😉
great post of a beautiful park! You made this little beach park look like “real” woods in your photos! Good eye 😉
Thanks! Love the beach… and the park… 😉