This is the last year we can go visit Linder Farms in Kuna. We checked it out last year and had fun. This year William got a job working the farm for the fall. I adore the shots of Clara running around the hay maze. I also love William so much for squeezing on that little toddler train because Clara wanted him to ride with her. He's such a good big brother. She gets a kick out of him.
Clara loves the pony ride so much. We took her on the pony ride at the fair a couple months ago, too. She seems to really enjoy it, so I'm going to look into lessons for her.
We stayed here for a few hours. We enjoyed the bonfire for a bit, too. Although I was really sick by the end of the night with HG from being pregnant with Stella.
It's becoming tradition now to visit Cabelo's Pumpkin Patch in Kuna.
I love spending time with these kiddos and I love fall. It doesn't get any better than this.
The kids and I went out with friends to pick some berries. We went to two farms out in Emmett that we haven't visited before. It was a great way to spend the early afternoon. We love that the berries are grown with organic practices and aren't sprayed. They taste incredible and won't last long the way we're gobbling them up!
We hit up some nurseries this weekend for blueberry plants. Although the air was smoky and it was really hot out, it was great to get out, and be surrounded by beautiful plants. Clara really loved crawling around looking at pebbles, leaves, and bugs. William loved the cat, and took off wandering around the nursery playing with the cat.
I am glad I brought my camera, because it was peaceful to document this outing.
"I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers." Anne of Green Gables
Today we went to a local orchard to pick pumpkins for carving. They grow their apples and pumpkins without pesticides, which is a win in my book. It's not easy to find too many local farms growing food without pesticides where we live.
We started out with a very bumpy hayride through some of the apple orchard to the pumpkin patch, which since it is just about the last day of October, was pretty picked over, but we still found some great pumpkins. The hayride was a lot of fun. We each picked out a pumpkin to take home.
We took the hayride back over to see the goats and turkeys. Then, we walked over to the 100 year old scale to weigh the pumpkins. We had a total of 63 pounds! After that, William ground some corn for making popcorn using a 100 plus year old grinder. It was cute to watch him get excited about grinding off the corn for popping.
Carving Pumpkins at Home
Have a Happy Autumn everyone!
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