October 31, 2007
to the memory of
Lucas Christopher Ross
October 31, 1979 - April 3, 2001
THE PUMPKIN PATCH
is an EBAY STORE
You may enter our
EBAY STORE below
WELCOME TO THE PUMPKIN PATCH
~ by Christine Ross in memory of Lucas Christopher Ross 1979 - 2001
Welcome to the Pumpkin Patch
Where it's Halloween year 'round.
Where Autumn leaves are falling
But they never touch the ground.
Where pumpkin's greet you in October
And in the white of winter snow.
Where pumpkin's linger in the Summer
And in the light of April's glow.
Where antiques wait upon the shelf
Longing for a special home.
A life that they can share again
So they'll never be alone.
Where ghosts reside in harmony
In this place from long ago.
Where spirits want to be your friend
And they'll somehow to let you know.
So welcome to the Pumpkin Patch
Where it's Halloween all year.
Come in and visit "Luke the Spook"
And you'll leave with something dear.
© 2008 - Christine Ross
Antiques and Collectibles
"Gateway to the Grand Canyon"
Certified HAUNTED establishment
"Gateway to the Grand Canyon
Williams is a unique community with a storied past.
While today's visitors can experience the modern
amenities seen in most tourist destinations,
they are also invited to personally share in the
history and nostalgia of this mountain community.
Founded in the late 1800's by ranchers,
railroaders and lumbermen,Williams' name comes
from the famous trapper and "mountain man",
Remnants of those early days are still visible
in the buildings, streets, and neighborhoods
of modern-day Williams.
The historic district of this once a bawdy
frontier town, now offers glimpses into Williams'
colorful past. Saloons, bordellos, and shops
have been brought back to life through the care
and concern of present-day Williams merchants.
The Pumpkin Patch is located in this historic
district. Visitors can now safely stroll the
brick sidewalks of the historic district,
enjoying the sights and sounds of times
now nearly gone.
Located within this same historic
area is the restored train that takes visitors
to the rim of the Grand Canyon as sounds of steam
and clanging bells grace the air.
Williams is located in the largest stand of
Ponderosa pine trees in the world,
at an elevation of 6800 feet above sea level,
with a population of 3,170. If you find your life
hectic and filled with stress, Williams can offer
a break from the present -thirty miles from the
nearest traffic light!