Yesterday, we spent the day at McCall’s Pumpkin Patch with the homeschool group from our church. It is about an hour away from where we live, but it turned out to be worth the drive!
Here is our group . . .
I, of course, totally messed up and didn’t get any pictures in the actual pumpkin field, but here we are in the hay wagon for the ride there and back, shortly after we arrived . . .
First, here is “The Batman”, “The Artist”, one of their friends, “Mr. Loquacious” and “The Puzzler” . . .
And here I am, with one of my friends, the grandmother of the extra boy in the previous picture!
There were a lot of really cool opportunities for fun photos.
Here are all of my boys with my friend’s grandkids in one of the teepees . . .
Although I forgot to take pictures when they were choosing their pumpkins, we did find some really nice arrangements that were PERFECT for photos!
There were these very neat antique trucks filled with hay and pumpkins . . .
An antique tractor . . .
This cool hay wagon . . .
The Soda Wagon . . .
One of my favorites, the giant rocking chair!
I liked this spot, too . . .
They had a “corn bin”, which was like a sandbox, but filled with corn kernels!
“The Puzzler” . . .
“Mr. Loquacious” . . .
“The Artist” . . .
“The Batman” . . .
“Here is “The Artist”, letting the younger kids bury him in the corn!
Here, “The Batman” is feeding the goats . . .
And last but not least, here we all are, being the farm animals!
As you can see, we had a really good day, with lots of time walking around in the fresh air. It was a beautiful day, and so nice to be doing this at the end of October, and NOT needing winter coats! 🙂