a couple of weeks ago, on one of the last "warm" days of fall, we headed to a local farm.
i told the girls we absolutely had to spend the afternoon outside.
it was 19 degrees and it would be the last nice day of the year before winter was coming.
so far, i have been right.
(when am i not right?)
we haven't had as nice a day since.
and with flurries in the forecast, i'm guessing there's no more warm weather on the horizon.
enjoy a few, well, actually A LOT, of pictures of our fall farm fun!
a pig made up of a hale bale?
or because i was laughing so hard.
either way, it's still making me laugh!
i think i need to jimmy rig one of these up at my place.
neighborhood kids welcomed.
mine would just read, "time out in castlerock".
of course there were animals at the farm...
(i prefer the brown to the white... those red eyes creep me out, actually)
and this animal too!
that's my child!
she's a lot cuter than some random bunny.
trying to catch another child, on the loose in the maze!
it was so easy to get lost because as you can see... the corn grew wonderfully this year.
(note the sarcasm)
somehow i don't think i would have looked as sweet standing on a log.
probably just awkward.
hence, there are no pictures of me on them.
she's an explorer by nature.
and i trust her in these settings.
i know that she knows her boundaries...
so i let her roam free.
eventually i catch up to her at some point.
but by that time she's already more than circled the entire establishment.
the little one likes to think she can climb too.
i welcome the cooler temps wardrobe... darker colors... toastier threads.
so, of course, she jabbed a stick in there to find out.
thankfully no baby bird or baby squirrel was impaled.
no fall pics without them, right?
too lazy to line up my family by them, however.
as you can tell by looking at the pics, i didn't care one iota about dressing my girls up for "pumpkin patch" pics either.
what is coming over me?!
self motored... not to be confused with gas or electric go-carts.
and that was my workout for the week.
gone are those "few and far between" beautiful fall days.
why, oh why, can't fall be a much longer season?!