Tuesday, October 30, 2012

52 Weeks of Happiness :: Week 34


Oh the fun to be had at the pumpkin patch.
We took our 2nd annual trip over the weekend
and have officially decided that we will return every single year
until the kids turn into surly teenagers and refuse to go.

There's a super duper fun hayride,


a huge bouncy pillow
where you can get some major air,


a vortex tunnel that makes you feel dizzy and alive,


a huge corn maze,
(we got lost and just cheated and escaped through the corn)


pig races,


pig noses,


a cow train,


and awesome memories!

P.S. Let's all lift up prayers for our northeastern friends!
Stay safe out there!

                                            
 


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10 comments:

Dina Lettre said...

Oh, yes. That's certainly fun!

Kearsie said...

Man! That is an awesome pumpkin patch!

Pride In Photos said...

Yes your pumpkin festival looks fun and I too shared our pumpkin festival in Florida. Its the time of the year right?
Laurie

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said...

What a great place- I was surprised by how many people were there. Also impressed that you got all the kids on the up jump on that one. None of their feet are touching.

Linda D. said...

Well, by looking at your pix I feel like I've been to an awesome pumpkin patch festival!

Yes, let's be praying for our safety of our friends in the Northeast USA. Sandy has created a mess!

Pieni Lintu said...

Ohhhh! Love those running pigs! :)

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Super cute shot of you and the kids. Looks like lots of fun.

Candice said...

Looks like so much fun!

Kristy LifenReflection said...

Fall doesn't seem the same without a trip to the pumpkin patch!

Andrea said...

Ooooh, no can do on the vortex house, but I know they are fun! Love the cow train and the big chair. Your hair looks great, by the way!