- October 10th, 2012
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It is the fall harvest season and despite the summer’s devastating drought pumpkins have loved it. Today in America Terry Bradshaw looks into family recreation options now that the air is cooler in some parts of the country and yes, there is even snow on the ground. Pumpkins love the dry earth and they fared very well in the drought. So well that many farms across the country have an abundance of the large, orange and fun fruit. Hay rides are another great idea for the family. Dress warmly and wear sturdy shoes to get on and off hay wagons. Snow has fallen in some areas already and everyone can enjoy going outside for a snowball fight and then come back in for a favorite hot drink. There are lots of outdoor activities for the family in the fall. Take advantage of the good weather and enjoy them.
Today in America TV is an educational program covering topics which are useful and relevant. Family related subjects are on the top of the list for the show and are geared toward spending time together. It airs on regional and national cable television networks in the United States and Canada. Visit todayinamericatv.com for the broadcast schedule and more information.