|Mt. Baker, Washington State, as seen from near our home in Canada.|
|One tree moved from where the new shed will go, to another special place in the yard.|
|I took a load of dead trees, pruned limbs, and general refuse, to the local recycling and transfer station.|
|Fraser Valley farm market....and a great breakfast spot.|
|Cultus Lake in early fall.|
|Remember these benches made famous when Vancouver hosted the 1986 World Expo?|
|Peaceful, quiet and serene.|
|One family taking in the sights.|
|Several flocks of geese were seen taking flight southward.|
|The Apple Barn - Farm|
|With pumpkin season in full swing, the fall event was not to be missed.|
|Kids could pick and weigh the pumpkins they wanted to buy and take home.|
|I checked in on the goats and lambs, bunnies, pot bellied pigs, and more.|
|Jeanette checked out the cider and juice making facility on site. Very interesting!|
|There were hundreds of vehicles in the parking and overflow too! The farm has no shortage of wagons to haul kids and farm produce.|
How amazing to me that I did not hear any kids crying! I sure heard a lot of laughing and hooting though! This place is far too distracting for kids to cry. It offers far too much fun. I didn't see any stressed out parents either.
|No shortage of food stuffs.|
I couldn't pass up some healthy foods. I purchased a bag of freshly made mini doughnuts!!!! Sure tasted great! I cannot remember the last time I had mini-doughnuts....but it's certainly been many, many years! I made up for that!
|Not surprising to me, I followed Jeanette as she headed off into one field and, sure enough, she found a pumpkin patch. I'm sure she was pondering how we could get one of these back home on the motorcycle.|
|Pick your pumpkin!|
|Entrance to the corn maze.|
|The wooden structure above is an elevated goat run.|
|This giant air bag jumping place was very popular.|
Thank your for dropping by.