Pumpkin Patch

We visited 2 pumpkin patches this year. One was actually more of a fall harvest at a small farm that something of a lone ranger. Prusch Farm is not really a farm. It functions more like a playground, petting zoo, community garden, event place. We ran into some neighbors that we had just met the week before and were later invited to their house for a birthday party. The harvest festival was fun although we did have to hide out from the rain at times.

Matthew had a chance to fulfill his tractor fantasies.

Did you know Jenn is shortly becoming a tree hugger? For now, she’s a tree shaker.

I think Matthew looked at practically every single pumpkin in this patch and eventually I had to coax him to pick one and get it over with. Yes, it was still fun and a lesson in patience. wink

We also got to pet some cute bunnies. The same type of bunnies from last years festival. The 4-H club brought these T-Rex bunnies that are so unbelievably soft.

There’s more photos of the petting zoo and Jenn standing in the rain. Click Here to See All the Festival Photos.


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  1. .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) says:

    Pumpkin patch one is introduced for the approval of the fixed items for the humans. The right use of the pumpkin and is charged for the candidates. The tendency is overall good for the improvement of the pumpkins for the fourth coming items for the character of the people.





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