Tuesday, November 1, 2011
One of the best things about having a blog is that it's doubles as my personal photo album. It's hard to believe I've been at this for almost 4 years now. I love that I can look back to previous Pumpkin Picking adventures, like this one, or this one, or my favorite one, and see how young and cherub-like my guys were! Those angel days are over, but I have the memories right here.
This year's post was supposed to go up yesterday, on Halloween. But - as I mentioned, I had the Bozos home with me all day...which nipped my plans of working right in the bud.
I'm sure most of you have buried the desire to see anything having to do with Pumpkins with the stretchable spider webs, R.I.P. signs and fog machines. But, I couldn't let this year pass without another documented day at Warrup's Farm.
Some lingering consequences of Hurricane Irene two months ago and record rainfalls were very muddy fields, no corn maze [but - a meadow maze instead] and no "real" pumpkin patch this year. We still had a blast.