Friday, October 12, 2007

Typical Childhood Photo-Op


The kids had a day off from school today so I decided to take them to Lakeview Farms pumpkin patch in North Plains, Oregon. I don't really care about the pumpkins...I can get them much cheaper at Winco, or even free at Portland Community College's upcoming Fall Festival. The real reason that I or anyone goes to the pumpkin patch (in my humble opinion) is to get cute fall pictures of their kids.


We paid $12 to get 4 of us in the pumpkin patch. This gets us one ride on the paddle boat across the lake and one train ride back to the main area. Also, each ticket is good for $1 off any pumpkin we decide to buy. We ended up spending $4.25 on 3 small pumpkins.


When Ethan was a little kid, this same pumpkin patch didn't charge anything to enter. The boat and train rides were free and only the pumpkins cost money. A few years after that, they charged $2 a person to come into the pumpkin patch but that money was refunded when you purchased a pumpkin.


So, I hope you enjoy some of the pictures I got for $16.25. The kids had a good time and I think it was a little better than staying home and watching TV, which I probably would have caved in and let them do.



3 comments:

Catherine said...

That first picture is the coolest thing ever.

We're going pumpkin patching this week with preschool. Woohoo!

Afton said...

The first picture is now the wallpaper on my computer screen. I really love it too. We only took about 9 pictures of Jonah jumping off the hay until we got that one. Luckily, Jonah was thoroughly willing to keep jumping till I got it right.

jutes14 said...

Looks like it was money well spent! :-)