Monday, October 24, 2011

10/22/2011 Day 1 Camping Trip

Cousin Adam stoking the fire. We spent the day and night at Sweet Water Valley Farms in Villa Rica. The girls' had a blast.http://www.pumpkinpatchfarm.net/Home_Page.php
Aunt Helen roasting a marshmallow.



Lindsay on Uncle David's lap, he is also her God Father.



Brooke snuggles up with her cousin Derek.



Grandad with his two grandaughter's eating Smore's.



Brooke and Lindsay brushing Minnie Pearl the Pony.



Lindsay rides a pony for the first time ever.



Yay, she is liking it! It took her a while to work up the nerve to ride. She brushed the ponies for so long the lady finally gave her a free ride.



Daddy walks with Brooke on her ride. Our little dare devil wanted to ride the pony first thing!



Lindsay brushes Minnie Pearl by herself as she is working up the nerve to ride.



Lindsay & Brooke in the kid's Maze.


Mike and I in the pumpkin patch after our hayride.



Brooke posing on a pumpkin in the patch. The girls' each picked two small pumpkins to take home. We are going to get our carving pumpkin later in the week probably at Walmart or Publix. Then we will carve it on Sunday.



Mike getting ready to put up our pop up trailer.



Lindsay and Brooke eating lunch with their baby dolls.



Brookie and Mommy on the Hay ride.



The second children's maze.



The first children's maze. Mostly the girls liked to run around in them or walk on the hay bales.



I LOVE MY SISTER!!



Lindsay and Brooke having fun on the Hay Ride. Sister's are Forever!



A great photo of Grandad and Grandma!



Brooke LOVED the Pony tire swing!!



Our pop up camper is coming along...



Here is the pop up (un popped)



Grandad & his girls'





Lindsay VERY HESITANTLY feeds a goat.



Brooke feeds the goat with no cares at all!



Brooke even closer feeds the goat!



Lindsay and Brooke pose with the pumpkin scare crow.


We had a blast this weekend at Sweet Water River Pumpkin Farm and camp ground. Everything was in easy walking distance from our campsite. If our girls' were a little older they could have been on the play ground alone and we would have been able to see them. However, they are not there yet. The mazes were literally right across from our site. Everything except the pony rides and the pumpkins was free. The pony rides were only 4.00 each and the pumpkins were .50 cents per pound. It was such a nice trip, the girls' really got along well and did everything they wanted to do!



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