Saturday, October 4, 2008

Bishop's Pumpkin Farm




We had a great kick off to Fall at Bishop's Pumpkin Farm in Wheatland, CA. Ever since I was little we've gone there to ride the hay wagon, sip some homemade apple cider and pick a pumpkin from the field. It's been upgraded since I was a kid and they have added a lot more attractions, like a hay covered trampoline, a three story tree house, and giant mountain slide. I'm so glad I got to go there with my own little family. Good dirty fun!

6 comments:

Delee said...

How fun! I'm so glad you had a fun and safe trip. I will be calling you this week! I hope to see you soon.

Dial Family said...

It looks like you guys had such a blast; and William is just getting bigger by the day. He's such a cutie Heidi!! It sounds like you guys have had fun visiting family back home. I'm jeoulous. I was only able to come home once this year (normally it's at least 2-3 times), but life just goes by so fast. We aren't even coming out for Christmas as we do every year... Kaleb gets home the end of December thus he wanted to see family in SLC; Christian get's home soon. Are you going to be around for that? Enjoy the rest of your trip home. Say hi to your family...

The Fry Family said...

We love Bishop's too! I can't believe how much they've changed it since I was little, but my kids have the best time there. I wish I knew you were going so I could have met up with you!

Sara said...

Pumpkin farms are one of my favorite things about fall. That one looked really fun! PA didn't have great pumpkin farms, but I'm happy to say that Kansas does. Yea!

Melissa said...

We went to an apple orchard today and had a blast. It was my first time. Wish we could've been together!

Megann Wilkerson said...

Ah, Heidi! I love catching up on how cute and festive your family looks thanks to your mad creativity skills. You seriously make me envious. Remember that one time i tried to make a scrapbook in Taiwan and it started with cute patterns and ended with pictures being glued onto a lengthy piece of paper haphazardly?! Those were the days!