Thursday, November 13, 2008


This year to get our pumpkins we decided to go to Underwood Farms and make a whole day out of it.  Grandma and Grandpa Wallwork had just arrived in town and we thought this would be a nice outing to all do together.  Unfortunately, it was over 90 degrees out that day so it was a little warmer than we would have liked for pumpkin picking.  Instead of busting out the coats and scarves, we had to bring sunscreen and lots of water.  Typical California I guess.  This farm was really neat though.  It had a corn maze, a tractor collection, lots of farm animals, and of course plenty of pumpkins.  We'll definitely go back next year, but hopefully it will be a little cooler next time.

A family portrait--pug and all.

Pumpkins, pumpkins, and more pumpkins.

This kid definitely has a tractor obsession.

Even Banjo got to come on this outing.  Luckily they had these neat wagons for us to pull Banjo in because he really doesn't do well in that kind of heat.  He had made himself into an instant pug-rug the second he got out of the car.  Gavin ended up riding in it with Banjo too for most of the time.

The hay pyramid that the boys just had to climb up.

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