Today Anne and I took the kids with us to go "shop" at our Friend's place. Afterwards, we took them to lunch and then to a pumpkin patch. It's amazing how much fun they can have at even the tinest of places. Kruger's is a small roadside farm stand. It was filled with tons of different kinds of pumpkins picked from their fields, as well as all the other usual fall goods. We had quite a few people asking last week in the shop where all our pumpkins came from, so I thought I'd share some pics and information about Kruger's.
And some silly photo ops for the kids. Some days this is exactly what my kids act like. A which, a little devil and even Frankenstein. Margaret should of been the which, and Lily the little devil. Although Soran would of been a close second for the devil! Mac should of been the ghost, because sometimes he's so quiet. Jack is in the right place as Frank. Augie would of been the perfect little pumpkin, but he missed out today.
Next we headed out to Dairy Queen for some ice cream, and then off to Harms Farm and Garden Center in McHenry.
This is what the back of my car looked like at the end of the day. Notice how my vintage folding chair matches all the goodies. And check out the awesome chippy wrought iron chairs we picked up today. They are one of my favorite Tattered Tiques finds, and will be for sale next week.
Stop back again soon. I'm working on a post about our recent trip to Ohio. The shop will be open this week, and we will also be heading out to Nada Farm, which we are very excited about. We will post the details soon. Make plans to visit us this week!