The girls loved riding on the train — especially Jenna
They also had a cow you could "milk." (It was hooked
up to a hose, so water was supposed to come out of the udder.)
"How in the heck does this WORK?!?!"
"Seriously, can someone give me a hand here?!?!"
They also had a cool pedal tractor course.
There was a corn-stalk "tunnel" leading to an one
room schoolhouse, too. (Emma's first question: "Where
did they go to the bathroom?!")
There was even the three little pigs' houses.
Our smart girls chose the brick house! :-)
Jenna liked this friendly kitty
The farm had all kinds of animals — pigs, goats, sheep,
poultry and more. The goats had a really elaborate area, with
some "perches" up high.
There were all kinds of birds, including turkeys, ducks, geese,
and all sorts of crazy chickens.
Troy and Jenna check out the goat up high
The birds loved it when Emma fed them.
A few too many flocked around her, though, and she started
The girls had fun playing in the corn pool (think of a sand
box with corn instead of sand) — even though we did
find a dead mouse in the corn. Yuck! They were troopers and
The girls run to the hay maze
They did really well and found their way through the maze
all by themselves.
Troy and Jenna in the gourd patch. The girls liked seeing
all the crazy different kinds of gourds.
The girls even got "tattoos" painted on them.
Jenna chose a dragonfly.
Emma chose a butterfly.
Apple cider slushes — YUMMY!
Jen liked playing with the giant checkers on the cool, huge
covered porch at the orchard, too.
Jen even got to pretend to drive this old tractor.
Waiting for the hay ride to the apple orchards and hay maze
On the hay ride
Jenna picks her apple
Emma picked a HUGE apple.
Outside the corn maze
There lots of pumpkins in the pumpkin patch
It was SO windy that day, dust kept getting in our eyes. Poor
Jenna is getting a face-full here.
Our little pumpkins :-)