Sunday, October 19, 2008

Harvest Moon Farms - 2008

We made our annual trek to the Pumpkin Farm yesterday. I say 'farm' because that is exactly what it is, it's not merely a 'patch', Although it didn't seem like they had as many pumpkins planted this year as the past years, they still had 2 huge fields of every shape and size of pumpkin that you can imagine. The farm is very Mom-and-Pop, very farmish, (is that a word?!) and quite primitive for this not-so-primitive girl. The only thing that is not so primitive is their entrance fee. I considered pointing out the irony in that to them but then decided not to.
They do have lots of things set up for the kids to enjoy, 2 huge slides and lots of animals. We took a hay ride down to the pumpkin fields and corn maze which is why is looks like we are in the middle of no where, we were! The sky was the the most beautiful shade of blue, so of course I tried to incorporate it as much as possible into my pictures. All in all, it was a fun day and they kids really enjoyed themselves and it wasn't too hot like last year so I remained headache-free, Yeah! :)


Nancy said...

Looks like fun! Also, looks like you are having a little warmer weather than we are. This morning there was a thin layer of ice on the dogs' water bowls. Brrr!

Springer Family said...

These are great pictures! We now have a corn maze in the valley. We havn't gone this year yet but it sorta feels out of place! =)

CALISTA said...

I love all these beautiful pictures. Looks like it was a perfect fall day. =) We've been having those too, and I love it!

Leah said...

Lori, I really like your pictures, especially the black and white ones. Found your blog through the Stetlers. It caught my attention because I too am a scrapbooker. You can visit my blog at

Vonnie said...

Cute pictures! I remember your post last year about the corn maze!! Can't believe it's already been a year!