I love this picture with their farm in the background.
It was over 85* and thunderstorms were on the horizon. We didn't want to be stuck in there with rain coming.
Getting inside the maze can really make you wonder if you will ever find your way out again.
And I love the details, too. :)
Marty told me that if they had taken this one to the world championship in Delaware (like Flat Aggie learned about) last year they would have place 9th. This thing really can sling a pumpkin.
This was one of my favorite decorations I found on the shelves.
The boys and I had a great time just spending time together and taking a little time to relax and enjoy the outside at someone else's farm. There is always something we have to do at our place, so it was nice to not have to worry about feeding or getting to the field.
I hope you take time to slow down with your family and go enjoy a pumpkin patch near you. If you do visit the Reichenberger's remember they are a family farm, they are still taking care of cattle, planting wheat and harvesting soybeans while keeping the pumpkin patch going. Be sure to tell them that I sent you!
-A Kansas Farm Mom