Last week we went with a group of friends to Circle S Pumpkin Patch. These field-trips are always more fun with friends! One more advantage to homeschooling the pumpkin patch was not crowded and it was less expensive to go as a group than to go on the weekends as a family. For $6.50 we got to play at the farm, a doughnut, apple cider (umm it really wasn’t apple cider more like cheap apple juice) a hay ride and a pumpkin. Not a bad deal.
Why does Thomas pick on his friend?
No one was throwing any hay around until Laura got there with her clan, then all heck broke loose. Hay was flying every direction.
Next we were off on a hay ride to pick out our pumpkins. There were 3 stories of acquaintances that had died from falling off hay rides, who would have thought a hayride could be so dangerous.
Thomas was determined to find the biggest pumpkin at the farm, so off he went far, far away.
Beth didn’t feel the need to wander nearly as far. Besides all the pumpkins really were the same size.
There’s Thomas still searching…