Yesterday, our friends the Reece's invited us to go to a pumpkin patch with them in Corvallis. It was a beautiful day, warmer than we expected (so we were a little hot in our long sleeves). We first did the corn maze. Oliver had a great time walking through the muddy path and playing with the corn. For some reason, he wasn't super interested in moving forward, so we did some shoulder rides as well to make it through. Then we went for a hay ride to the pumpkin patch. It turned being not the best decision because it took forever for us to get a ride back from the field. And it was quite warm. But the babies were having fun playing on the railroad tracks. Oliver is quite a good thrower of rocks, kind of a dangerous sport I know. Finally, on our hay ride back, I got stung by a bee. But we made it back with our beautiful pumpkins. We paid for them, as well as getting some beautiful, huge bell peppers and fresh green beans. We also had to buy the apple cider, and it is so yummy! The farm is in Corvallis, which is a college town, and apparently all of the college ladies wanted to go pumpkin picking too. So it was a little busy with young ladies, but Oliver didn't mind the attention and was quite the charmer. It was fun to spend the day with the Reece family. I enjoyed the fall festivities.
|stopped, to check something out|
|too curious to just keep walking :)|
|pushing it, of course|
|Madi is so good to share. Oliver, not so much.|
|I love these two little people|
|waiting for a ride back|
|the rock throwing. watch out|