Sunday afternoon between our church services we made our first trip to the pumpkin farm with the girls.
We came home, ate lunch and asked the girls to dress warmly but we didn't tell them where we were headed.
The suspense was killing them so when we finally pulled up to the farm they started jumping and squealing.
Big girl was practically gagging over the smell of the goats. It was pretty funny and I told her "hmmm...I don't think God has you cut out to be a farmer's wife." But I guess time will tell, right?
The first baby turkey Ive ever seen! Mama turkey got really annoyed when my flash went off(I didn't think it would). She flew up to the top of the fence and voiced her displeasure with me. I don't blame her:)
This guy was just waiting up on the second story of the barn for people to send food his way via a pulley system. Pretty comical.
Caramel apples were a huge treat since the girls have only had them one other time. A fun trip calls for a little bit of rule breaking.
Then it was time to pick out their pumpkins. Whoa, are they expensive at the p.farm! We went for the
cheaper smaller ones.
Adios, pumpkin farm. Thanks for the memories! We'll be back next year!
Does your family have a tradition of going to the pumpkin farm?
And Im curious: did your area have a good apple crop this year? Ours did not so we're dealing with outrageous apple prices...like $1 per apple and $7.75/gallon apple cider!
Thankfully, good old Aldi is still selling it for $4.99/gallon.
We've stocked up for this week's youth group hayride!