Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Jucker Farmart

Two weeks ago Marion and I went to a local farm, Jucker Farmart, with some friends of ours.

The weather that day started out kind of iffy but, as usual around here, the weather swiftly changed from cloudy to sunny and warm.

Marion was thrilled to see her friends. And then she saw the pumpkins when we walked into the place. It was like toddler heaven.

We started off at the trampolines.
After a few seconds on those, some of the girls decided it was a little too much for them so we headed over to the animals.
Then it was playground time.
And then, lunch. This place had some tasty pumpkin soup (I think baby 2.0 is obsessed with pumpkin soup) along with fresh dairy products, meats, and apple juice. I decided right then and there that I would be coming back with a stroller and Brian to haul some larger pumpkins back to the car.

After lunch we decided to pick out a pumpkin. Small pumpkins since I was going to have to carry them back to the car.
While we were exploring our choices, we found prize winning pumpkins. They were huge! I have no idea how these pumpkins get so big. I always thought huge pumpkins like this would rot as they grow but obviously not!

The farm also had a lot of pumpkin art which was fun to look at.


Of course, Marion found the princess in the pumpkin carriage. Good thing she's going to be a princess for Halloween next week!
We had a ton of fun with our friends and exploring the farm. But by 12:30 Mommy was pooped so we headed home but with plans to return soon with Daddy!

6 comments:

Hoppy said...

Reminds me of our trips to Weber's Farm with all of you when you were younger! Except the pumpkin art is much more elaborate in Switzerland. Wonderful pictures!! Love to all.

Sarah said...

Looks like fun!!

Colleen said...

looks like so much fun!!!

why do those pumpkins look like clementines?!?!?!

and i LOVE the pic where marion is holding the pumpkin...i can see her saying "look at my pumpkin mommy!!! see!!!!!!"

xoxo

Anonymous said...

I agree with Hoppy. So many wonderful memories.
Marion looks so happy,
as usual !!!

What a great place.

Love to all,
Mom

De Campo BC said...

The Swiss have Halloween? I guess it makes sense, with all the chocolate and all. What the hell are you going to do if they’re handing out cuckoo clocks?

Lisa said...

That is the most enormous pumpkin I have ever seen!