We met friends for our first “Corn Maze” experience; a lot harder than you would think! It took us two tries, but we had tons of fun and finally made it out.
We also joined the Wells and friends for their annual cider making extravaganza ;-) So much fun! This is Joseph’s third attendance (we missed last year) so he has a lot of experience, but it was surprising for me that he could actually help!
The young crowd inspired some apple bobbing, which is (like the corn maze) harder than you might think. Maybe I just need to practice my fall sports more.
Joseph sure had fun playing with all the pretty ladies.
The kitties get a lot of love from Joseph, though I am not sure if they really enjoy all the pirate dancing. We only have Bixby, the black one left at home. It was very, very hard to let them go--of course I KNOW that we couldn’t have seven full grown cats at home it was still so hard.
Joseph helping to make Xmas pickles.
Bob reading J his bedtime book
Shoreham Farm and Field Days, with new Shoreham resident, Grandpa (Fred), and Uncle Mike.
Family visit, on a beautiful day, to Grandma and Grandpa’s new place in Shoreham. We LOVE it and are beyond happy that things (finally—their Bristol house was on the marked for over 2 years) worked out so well. For the first time they get to have the horses home!