Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Off to the Pumpkin Patch

Sunday October 12, 2008

We went to Hunter Farms out in Union, Wa.
It's located along the Hood Canal.
It was JR's first weekend off in quite some time. The weather was sunny but cold. Typical Washington weather in the fall. The ride out on the hay wagon was fun. When we got to the patch where the pumpkins were the pickings were very slim. All the good ones were gone and the ones that were left were surrounded by mud. JR and I attempted to get some of the ones surrounded by the mud but our feet kept on sinking in the mud. We also almost lost our shoes in the yucky mud. So we got some green ones and then while waiting in line to pay there were bug bins that had some nice looking orange ones so we traded in our green ones. Well everybody but me. I really like my pear shaped green pumpkin. All in all it was a very fun day at the patch.

Before the hunt to find the perfect pumpkin

Me and my green pumpkin

Charlie and his first pumpkin

Annie and her first pumpkin

Jacob and his first pumpkin

Kenny oh so strong with his first pumpkin

Daddy helping out the kids by carring their pumpkins for awhile

Waiting for the wagon to come back and take us back to pay for our pumpkins

Annie and Me

Waiting to pay for our 46 lbs. of pumpkins.

We got 6 pumpkins at 29 cents per pound for $16.

Great deal if you ask me :0)

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