Tuesday, October 20, 2009

D*ewberry F*arm 2009

Sunday
October 11,2009

Our annual trip to the pumpkin patch....

The weather was drizzly and nasty ...

the ground was muddy......

the crowd...

not there!!

We all came back with muddy shoes and jeans....but, we were able to see and do so much while we were there.:)



L was getting so tickled while she was swinging..so sweet

L did a little mining while we were there...

she was too funny...she picked out the rocks she wanted...then left the rest...when we turned in her little strainer box the lady even asked her if she wanted what was left...


so cute rinsing her rocks to see what all she found


pony ride....she was the only one..and loved it!!!

this crazy girl...she started at the front of the little bus...(This is the back...but you'll get the idea)..and would pose in each window...and tell me "okay..take it like this!"








On the hayride back from the patch....she knew exactly was kind of pumpkins she wanted...


yes...it was cold!



sweet girl....sweet day...sweet memories!

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