After climbing all over the hay pyramid, Payson started
scratching and said (in his serious, matter-of-fact voice)
"I have a haystack in my body."
This goat is the most patient animal alive. It just stood
there and let the kids pet it...and pet it...and pet it...
It was fun seeing how tall the kids were...I had
no idea before this. Is that bad?
Payson thought the llama was the coolest thing ever.
I'm not sure why.
The cow barrel tractor ride. We told the kids they could have
their own car but they opted to share. I think Macy
was worried Payson was going to fall out. (Those tractor
rides are pretty dangerous. Hold on tight, Macy.)
Me and Bill took close-up pictures of ourselves as we
waited for the kids to come back from the ride.
Risky move, I know.
We had so much fun wandering around, finding
the "perfect" pumpkin. Macy wanted one with
no dents, no green, no marks, no flat sides, no
gross stuff on it, perfectly round. I told her they
had plastic ones at Walmart.
All in all it was a perfect day.