Tuesday, October 15, 2013

WW: Hummel Park {Linky}

This last weekend we made the trip to Hummel Park. They had hay rack rides, crafts, hiking all for free. The only cost was the $2 pie pumpkins.

Wild Turkeys greeted us as we entered the park.



Our hay rack ride. 



The pumpkins the boys picked out. Isaak painted his. Mica wants his untouched, and turned into a pumpkin pie. Isaak said, "Maybe mine can turn into pumpkin soup." Funny because last year I made pumpkin soup, and he wouldn't touch it.



 They have a pretty stream by their clubhouse.


 Below is while we were waiting for my sister's family to get done painting pumpkins. That's my nephew Emerson, the boy's cousin. He loves kisses.



Isaak enjoyed the tire swing.



Mica enjoyed this tree tunnel.


All of my boys staring at Nebraska corn.






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24 comments:

stevebethere said...

Aww! cute fun photos ;-)

Have a smiletastic week and thanks for sauntering by ;-)


PS: Hope you told them turkeys to get stuffed

mail4rosey said...

You got some really great pics.

When we left for school this morning there were turkeys in the front yard. I reminded them of the holiday coming up but they didn't pay me a bit of attention.

Judy Haughton-James said...

Wonderful shots Alissa! It must have been so interesting being there. Thanks for hosting.

Clairejustine oxox said...

Lovely pictures, looks like everyone had loads of fun :0)

Renae of Simple Sequins said...

Great excursion and post, Alissa!

Lizzy Allan said...

Love those wild turkeys! What a great experience going to pick out pumpkins like that. Halloween isn't big here in Australia. You guys do so many cool things for Halloween ... I feel like we're missing out!

Leovi said...

Some pictures very funny, a nice field of pumpkins!

Karren Haller said...

What a great time to pick pumpkins!! I cant remember when the last time I was in a pumpkin patch. We just buy them at the store. I love the stream, my favorite!!

Have a great day, and thanks for hosting!

Kristin Aquariann said...

What fun! I've had some tasty pumpkin soups, but still prefer pie. :D

♥ aquariann
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Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Such fun pics. Great day!

Ai Sakura said...

what an amazing place to visit! no pics of the pumpkin pie??? heheh

Stephanie said...

Those are some big birds!!!

Joyce Lansky said...

So, did you tell the turkeys to run?

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Theresa said...

Great photos Alissa! Looks like all the boys had such a great time at the pumpkin farm. I LOL'd at the pumpkin soup!

Rhonda Albom said...

What a neat day!

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Pumpkins! And lots of them! :)

Stacy Uncorked said...

Oh wow! That looks like such a fun time! Love all the shots! :)

Favorite Time of Year

Harry Flashman said...

Nice place to visit with children. Have you ever made baked pumpkin? I have an Australian friend who says it is good.

posh said...

That looks like a wonderful day!

Lynn Blaylock said...

Very nice pics! The boys are so cute.
It looked like ya'll had a lot of Autumn Fun.

Faythe M.A said...

Isn't it amazing how big wild turkeys are in real life? We've had fun watching them grow with their almost daily walks through our yard the last couple years. They stop coming just before fully grown.
What a miracle it is to see how big and well Emerson is growing! Prayers & hugs for many more birthdays for that brave little guy (hugs)
Faythe @ GrammyMouseTails

kristi said...

It looks like it was a beautiful day for pumpkin picking. We have wild turkeys in our yard a lot. The other day I counted 15 of them! Thanks for linky and stopping by this week. Have a great weekend!

Masshole Mommy said...

That tree tunnel is wicked cool!

~ Noelle said...

love that last photo...
great capture

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