Going to Burt's Pumpkin Farm in the middle of September when there's a chance of rain is the only way to go We were supposed to meet other family there, but they decided not to go when the weather looked yucky. We decided to brave it and we are glad we did. There were no crowds, no lines, no people to get in the way of my pictures of Chess, lots of parking spaces, lots of room to play on the hayride, lots of pumpkins, and get ready for lots of pictures below.
Here we are first arriving.
Look at all that orange!
Chess was pretty amazed and kept saying, "Pumpkin!"
I am hiding a pumpkin under my shirt :)
Chess had so much fun on the hayride.
She was staring at the two other people that got on with us.
My precious girl.
Of course, all tuckered out.
And, just for kicks, here we are at the pumpkin farm last year: