Chris and Kachada Reeves own C & K Disposal and also Sulphur Dirt and Rock. It seems now the Reeves are venturing further out into other things to offer. The Reeves are now turning part of their property into a pumpkin patch for the fall and Halloween season.

Chris Reeves
Chris Reeves

Not only can you catch a pumpkin or two from the Reeves at their location across from Stine in Sulphur, but you can also take a little commemorative fall photo with the kids and family in front of the old truck decorated with pumpkins and other decorations. Chris said in one of his posts that not only will they be doing fall-season things, but they also plan on selling Christmas trees this season as well.

So, if you are ready for the Fall season, now that the weather is changing again, head on over to see Chris and Kachada in Sulphur across from Stine and catch yourself a pumpkin or two and get spooky with them for Halloween!

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