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Today we carried on our Danz Family tradition with our annual visit to Pumpkin Town.
First activity, the boys' Pumpkin Town photo together. (Drew was a little weepy-eyed as his allergies were really bugging him.)
Then it was on to the lifting of the pumpkins...must find a greater challenge for Drew.
Will hefted a massive one this year.
Landon got a good grip on this one...but it never left the ground.
Good technique...lifting with the legs, but this one never budged either. And, there were no little pumpkins to be found anywhere, just big ones and tiny-winy ones.
Will had a good time on the big inflatable slide.
Drew also enjoyed his time on the inflatable slide.
Landon wasn't in the mood for sliding, instead occupying his time exploring and climbing.
Landon climbing high by himself.
On the way over to the pony ride, I challenged Drew to lift the biggest pumpkin I could find over his head. I didn't think he could pick it up much less get it up to his shoulders. And so it is written; when the last boy can raise the great pumpkin over his head, our days at Pumpkin Town shall have come to an end.
Landon riding his pony named Sugar.
Will riding his pony named Rex.
Will said that he could hold on with just one hand because he's been in the rodeo.
Drew looking like Eastwood on his pale horse.
The highlight for the boys may still be the pumpkin chuckin' but I only took videos of that and no time this year to put together a video. Unfortunately, the activity may not continue in the future with all the construction that's going on around Pumpkin Town. This year it was restricted to weekends only when there was no active construction going on.Posted by Don |
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