Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Annual Trip to Styer's Orchard

Our trip to Styer's Orchard has truly become an annual adventure. However, this time we learned why its most important to make that trip on a weekday and not a Sunday afternoon when the weather is sunny and in the 70's. Norrin has been very involved in all things Halloween and it has hit a level as important as Christmas in our household. Both inside our house and out are completely decorated. Norrin has asked a minimum of four times a week if its Halloween. Actually, it more of a statement that goes like this- "Mommy, I think its Halloween time. Uh huh, I think it is." And I wish I had the camera handy when he saw the pumpkin full of candy that Aunt Di sent over. So, without further ado, here's a few photos from this family adventure.

One of the bucketful of mini pumpkins and gourds Norrin chose to decorate our table.

On our hayride to pick some apples...this time Red Delicious. Yum!

Norrin wanted to carry the bucket.

14 weeks!

He carried that bucket all over the place...until we put a few apples in there. Then, it was a bit too heavy.

A lovely photo of Todd. I wish I could take credit, but he told me exactly where to stand and adjusted all the settings prior to me pushing the little button :).

There were a couple of apple samplings- Norrin ate two apples while we walked around.

My boys on the hayride back to the main marketplace.

Norrin loves a good hayride.
And he loves giant pumpkins.

It was a really nice day.

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