I’m glad we waited because it was free to get in. (Yeah!) On top of that awesomeness, Cadence got a free mini-pumpkin since this was going to be her first Halloween.
It was a really nice desert day and for a relatively tiny space, they had lots of cool stuff. Cadence got to see a cow, a sheep, a goat, some piglets and ducks and a bad-ass looking turkey. It was HUGE! My girl isn’t afraid of anything, though, so of course she wanted to touch the sheep- but that was a negative- who knows where this sheep has been.
We tried to get in some cute shots with her in front of the pumpkins and touching a few, but what do you know- she was afraid of the pumpkins! We put one in front of her and she tried to roll it away as quickly as possible. Even when we got home and tried to show her the mini-pumpkin, she cried and tried to hide from it behind her Daddy.
I ended up getting some really good pics, though, and the best part of it all- one of the owners let us go home with a pumpkin for ten bucks! That’s all we had in cash on us, so he told us to find a pumpkin that we thought looked like a ten dollar pumpkin and it was ours. We found a good-sized pumpkin, but it didn’t have a price on it and the guy said “Whaddaya think? Ten dollars sounds about right.” And off we went. That’s probably the nicest person we have met since moving to the great state of California. It turned out to be a lot of fun and a good day for all.
You can visit my Flickr Photostream here: C At the Pumpkin Patch
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