Sunday, September 12, 2010

Fall Fun Begins!

It is beginning to look a lot like Fall and I like it! Fall is my most favorite season! Yesterday we had planned to go to the local apple orchard for the Apple Festival, but it rained on and off all day. So we went today after church. I was a little concerned that without a nap C would be a little monster, but he was great. He was sooooooo busy the entire time we were there. He was non-stop. One of us was always tailing behind him as he darted in every direction. I am not kidding when I say this kid may have a future in track and field. HE IS F-A-S-T!

We ate a yummy lunch, played on the playground, checked out the pumpkins, strolled through the vendors (where I bought 10 yummy smelling tarts for my classroom tart warmer- we are talking scents like Orange Sherbet and Lemon Cake!), got lost in the corn maze (yikes), checked out all the animals (they had a camel you could ride on- among other things), went up and down the "Cider Slider" roughly a dozen times, played on the hay castle, ran around in the tractor tire maze, fed the goats, watched some bees make honey, measured how tall we were and drank some yummy apple cider. This place is WONDERFUL. It is one of the reasons I love fall in The Bluegrass. We opted out of apple picking, but we will be back in a few weeks for some PUMPKINS! Let the countdown begin!!

Like I said, this kid was on the move.
Here are some of the pictures I managed to snap!

I promise he was having fun! ha!

Love this one of my guys!
Check out that hair!

We let Clark lead. I was not sure we were ever going to find our way out.
We even tried to calling Toodles for a Mousekatool!
(Total Mickey Mouse Clubhouse refrence in case you were wondering.)

It was a fun day & I am looking forward to so many more like this!


  1. What a wonderful way to begin Fall! I need to look into finding a tart warmer for my classroom! Glad you had a wonderful weekend!

  2. How fun! I can't wait to take the kiddos to the Orchard!


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