Wednesday, July 02, 2008

A Day At The Farm

Warning: Image-Heavy Post

We spent one morning last week at the berry farm. Sadly, they did not have their own berries. Our late spring delayed the strawberry crop by weeks. The farm was able to truck in strawberries from another local farm that had better luck, but they weren't very good. However, we still had a great time exploring the farm.

The attractions included various modes of transportation:

Slides of all sorts:

Creative tire swings:
A sampling of American architecture:

Here's my girl quietly listening to another child's sermon:

Inflatable tunnels/preschool hair salon:

And, of course, a giant spinning strawberry ride:
This was dubbed the "big, big strawberry with the steering wheel table". What could be better?

All in all we had a great day, even without the berries.


david santos said...

Nice, nice and very nice Baby!
Happy forever

Heidijayhawk said...

you guys look like you have had such a great time!

Su said...

Those pictures are sooo cute! I ran across you via Beth's blog, and your blog title dragged me on over-- I am a native Hoosier who has been transplanted to Texas, and yet I also feel like an "incurable" Midwesterner. Glad to have run across you and will stop by again.