This is Leroy - I didn't know that until I read Teri's blog at: joyfulliberation.blogspot.com/
He's part of the welcome wagon at Hee-haw farms, and behind him is the Mrs. with a litter of pink piglets.
Here's a closer view. The piglets were adorable.
If in the following pictures my children appear disgruntled, well, that is because they are. None of them wanted to measure their height in front of the great pumpkin for my blog. Come on children, it's fun!
|Teri and Catie lost in the corn maze. Will they ever find their way out.|
|Good idea Catie, eat the corn. She won't starve thanks to her resourcefulness. We'd only bee in the corn maze for 10 minutes, but it was a very long 10 minutes and she had already scouted the area for sustenance.|
Katie, Teri, and I were on the hunt for the exit when I spotted a side path. So we headed through the corn to find our way out. Don't worry Teri and Catie, follow me and I will guide us safely home. I did - via phase 2!!!! Oh no!
|Just enough time for a tractor ride.|
Time to take a hay ride to the pumpkin patch. I think Jerusha loves Hee-Haw farms.
|Teri, Georgie Porgie, and Misty (from Hiking Without Happy Meals)|
|Teri slicing her delicious pumpkin bread that was ravenously devoured!|
Okay, now for the highlight of our Thursday Adventure - the corn box. Eli had been looking forward to this moment all day. I was able to capture his delight of this most anticipated event on video.
|Eli loves the corn box because the corn makes his skin soft.|
We had until 2:00pm at the farm before we would be kicked out. After lunch, and the corn, we had just enough time for the slide.
It was a Hee-Haw of a Fall day at Hee-Haw farms!