So like I said before, every year for my Jaxon's birthday we go hit up a Corn Maze/Pumpkin Patch.
There are a couple of different ones here in Idaho. This year we went to one named, Linder Farms. It is my favorite one. It's located out on a Country Road and it has a huge Red Barn out front.
They have so many fun things to do like, barrel rides, pumpkin sling shot, old tires to play on, jump houses, zip line, farm animals, as well as the corn maze, hay ride and pumpkin patches.
Oh the kids had a blast!
And there is my now 4 year old, Jaxon!
Jake's mom and uncle always come up from Utah to join in on the fun.
The Corn Maze is my favorite part. I love just walking around the paths, the crunching sound of broken stocks beneath my boots, surrounded by these amazingly tall stocks of corn. The sun shining down and making it all glow. And you really do get lost in there.
Hay bale climbing!
Next up. Time to pick out some pumpkins!
I just love that Red Barn.
What. That is not a Watermelon? It's a Pumpkin? I don't believe it!
Of course I found me a pretty white one. I love white pumpkins.
But these other ones are really fun too.
Did I already mention I have a thing for this red barn?
Here are the pumpkins we picked out.
It was such a fun day.
We brought our pumpkins home and carved and painted them.
I'll share them with ya next time.
So today, Jake and I took Jaxon back to Linder farm for his pre-school field trip. It wasn't quite the same as when we went there just weeks before. We had a pretty good rain/winds storm yesterday so today everything was wet and muddy and it looks like the corn stocks got a pretty good beating. We still had fun but we are so glad that we were able to have gone earlier this month to really enjoy it more.
I hope you are all enjoying this beautiful time of year as well.