An Afternoon at Tougas Farm

Posted by Pamela Vaughan

Sep 19, 2010 3:23:21 PM

It may not be officially fall for another four days, but it sure does feel like it!� Today we spent the afternoon at Tougas Farm in Northboro after a recommendation from James, who'd taken his students there on a field trip a couple of weeks ago.

[caption id="attachment_1271" align="aligncenter" width="539" caption="This is my absolute favorite picture of the day. He was so excited to be standing on that rock!"]toddler, pumpkin patch[/caption]

We� spent the afternoon drinking apple cider, feeding goats (video), getting heckled by roosters, playing on the playground and picking pumpkins.� Despite the fact that there were a million people there and it was basically impossible to snap a photo of Emmett on the tractor (which was very disappointing), we all had a blast!� We also learned, yet again, that a stick is always better than pretty much anything to little boys, even a patch full of pumpkins ...


[caption id="attachment_1272" align="aligncenter" width="539" caption="Emmett the Flower"]toddler flower[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_1273" align="aligncenter" width="539" caption="Pumpkin Picker"]toddler in pumpkin patch[/caption]

Check out more photos from our afternoon in the Tougas Farm set on Flickr.� Happy fall!

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Topics: Weekly Updates, video, fall, farm, Outings, pumpkin picking

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