Sunday, October 25, 2009

So... McCall and I headed out to Huber Farms, a huge farm situated in the fields of southern Indiana. Looks like one of those pictures on a puzzle piece, doesn't it?

What's so cool about Huber Farms you ask? Well they take you out in a tractor and dump you off in the apple field/pumpkin patch, where you can pick to your hearts content. Then you come back and pay at the register for a very reasonable price.

They also had a kiddy corn maze that turned out to be a lot more kiddy than we expected. I don't think we hit an entire wrong turn the entire way. When we got done, McCall and I decided to have a speed walk race to see who could get done the fastest. You should have seen the look on people's faces as we were pushing, yelling, and threatening each other along the way.

We found some characters after all, I was really happy.

Yay, we picked some pumpkins! But it seemed like all the pumpkins had some sort of disease, little mumps all over them.

McCall and I decided that if we were going to get some ugly pumpkins then they might as well be the ugliest pumpkins ever!

McCall was in search of the great pumpkin, but I told her that Charlie Brown moved to Utah once he found out we were moving to Kentucky.

I shouldn't have eaten those pumpkin seeds, they're caught in my throat right about now

Look! We can be a cute couple when we want to...

And that was our fabulous trip to the farm. We're going back for the strawberry pickin' in the spring/summer.