"Character, in the long run, is the decisive factor in the life of an individual and of nations alike." -- Theodore Roosevelt
How come they keep getting older?
We just went through some pictures of our kids like these, I put one of them picking out pumpkins when they were smaller on as my desktop.
gosh love the pics..and those punkins..mmmmmmmm!
Great Pics Papa! They look sooo grown up. :-)
Beautiful photos. I wish we had some cornfields and pumpkin patches in the L.A. area!
Good shots and a pair of not so little cuties!Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!tmw
Sooo, how many pumpkins did you come home with? I'm hopin' a few more than what you went in with...
Oooh, I love these pics, Jason! The girls look so sweet and happy!Do you guys carve the pumpkins together? We do, but we wait until just a few days before halloween so they don't get all nasty and moldy.Have fun!!!
We actually didn't come home with any pumpkins from this trip. The girls are going on a field trip with school and they wanted to wait until then to get a pumpkin. We did, however, come home with nearly an entire bale of hay on/in their clothes. They had another spot that's not pictured here where the made a big round bale hay maze that the kids could run across and jump from bale to bale. Then there was the hay ride, the animals, the craft fair, the large blow up bouncy rooms and slides. The girls had no problem going to sleep last night.
Beautiful. Make me want to go out there and pick some pumkins.
Welcome, TS! We're all friends here. Make yourself at home!
There use to be a rope in my Uncle Don's hayloft we used to stack bales and swing across on.Hmmm. That reminds me. There's a corn maze not too far from here I need to go visit. And they have a hayride as well...
Enjoy! My uncle had an old barn where a combine had actually fallen through the floor leaving a big gaping hole. Over time that hole had tons of hay fall into it and we used to swing over the hole between stacks of hay on either side. If we fell into the hole the hay wasn't too bad to land on. Great fun!!!
What are you feeding those children? They're growing like weeds!
Pasadena....they do, at Balboa and the FWY in the Valley! Pops...I want to come with you guys.....what fun!! I LOVE AUTUMN! Thanks for the wonderful pix of your girls...SO CUTE!
Yesterday, my daughter was seven. Today, she's 34. I can't imagine where the time has gone.Cherish them!
My girls are now 5 but I am already learning how fast time can go.
it goes too fast. it seems only yesterday we took our own two to a place very similar to this and nancson was so enamored of the team of clydesdales pulling the wagon that he wanted to run up behind them - when i ran to grab for the hood on his jacket i accidentally grabbed his neck and hair and pulled him to the ground - if i did that now, he'd swat me off of him like i was a bug!incidentally - the clydesdales were actually a part of the original team of budweiser clydesdales.
That would be awesome! We had a tractor pulling us so no comparison there. I attended a funeral less than a year ago where the casket travelled to the family cemetery on an old horse drawn hearse. It was very awe inspiring to watch. The gentleman in the casket was a veteran as well and so there was a group there from the VFW giving their honor ceremony as well.
We used to go to Roaring Camp, up in the Santa Cruz mountains. They owned Bear Mountain where the narrow gauge went up to the top. And in October, you rode the train up, picked your pumpkin, and rode down...then toted the pumpkin to your car, because they ALWAYS picked one as big as they were! LOL!Now, dang, they are 19 1/2 and almost 18...drat...tmw
Ooooh! Look at those sweet girls. :) So fun.
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