Tuesday, November 3, 2009


This past weekend was Halloween.  Chris, the boys & I started out early on Saturday (Halloween) to visit Bishop's Pumpkin Farm with Grandma Diane & Great Grandma Norma - our third (and last) pumpkin patch of the season!  We originally wanted to visit Apple Hill but decided the crowds would be too much of a hinderance with Great Grandma & babies!  Bishop's was highly recommended as a pumpkin patch and more.  We decided to leave early in an effort to beat the crowds of people we were warned about.  We arrived at Bishop's just after they opened and decided that everyone was at home making costumes on Halloween instead of visiting the farm.  We had a front row parking space and   They had things for all ages: pumpkins (of course), a Cider Mill, a cute & festive store full of holiday knick-knacks, a petting zoo, animals galore, a wooden train, rocking horses, a real (miniature) train & pumpkin tunnel, corn maze, gold panning, antique tractors, food pavillion, fudge store, and much more!  It was the best pumpkin patch I've ever been to!  We'll definitley be taking the boys back as they get older, hopefully next year.  Thank you Grandma for a wonderful day with our punkins :)  Here are quite a few pictures of our day:

Me & Jack, Chris & Nick

Grandma Diane

Me, G'Gma Norma, Chris

Grandma Diane, Me & the boys

The adorable wooden (stationary) train

The real miniature train that goes around the patch

Bishop's Pumpkin Farm Line - Choo Choo!

Thanks Mom, Dad, Gma & G'Gma - we had a BLAST! :)

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