Friday, November 2, 2007

It's that time of year....Pumpkin Farm Visitin'

Yes, it is that special time of the year when all young children seem to find themselves on a trip to a Pumpkin Farm. We are, of course, no exception to this rule. This week, after 2 other tries (both on rare rain days here in North Georgia), DS2's kindergarten class managed to make it to the wonderous land of where pumpkins grow!

Here we are on our way to take the hay ride (funny 'cause due to lots of people having allergies...there was NO hay). This was a fun one, though, because the man running it handed out some "I spy" papers with things for us to seek on our journey. The kiddos loved it!


11 comments:

  1. I had one of those trips last week.
    Oh my it was cold and rainy. Looks like you had a good day.
    Bristol

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  2. Hi! I'm back. I haven't been blogging for a little while. I LOVE yor pictures!! I've missed your blog!

    Jen

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  3. Looks like an awsome time. No patches here. Wal-mart pumpkins will have to do.

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  4. I love the pictures...sounds like a fun time!
    And I love the photo in the post below, too...LOL

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  5. We always love a trip to the pumpkin farm:)

    Thanks for stopping by to visit me this weekend. I hope you will feel welcome to stop in anytime.

    Rhonda

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  6. The "I Spy" sheets .... brilliant idea!

    Looks like you guys had fun. SB loves going on hayrides at our local pumpkin farm.

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  7. Love the pictures :)

    And I was cracking up (on the inside b/c I'm in class) about the lack of hay due to allergies!

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  8. Looks like everyone had a ball!

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  9. What fun. It is not Fall without a trip to the pumpkin farm.

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  10. I think when I retire I want to have a pumpkin farm. What fun - just watching kids walk about and pick out a pumpkin - give a few tractor rides. It would be an enjoyable life.


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