What is a PPG? This year it was an opportunity to greet old friends and make some new ones, a time to enjoy people, activities, location and more..
|She was the cutest little pumpkin in the patch.
What a party! Four generations of energetic guests tromped through the field, searching for the perfect pumpkin.
Everyone took a moment to pose for their annual photo. It's fun to page through the photo albums from the previous ten years of PPGs.
The alpaca were irresistible, whether you chose to feed, pet or just admire the pack. The animals eagerly made friends with anyone with a handful of feed. They were gentle, but their teeth and hooves were a little scary.
A German Oompah Band kept our toes tapping and our wings flapping as they filled the air with music, even yodeling! Young and old, people loved the Chicken Dance.
Demand was high for a seat on the hay ride.
Family and guests filled the barn to sip and nosh away on tempting treats.
It was a wonderful afternoon in a gorgeous setting, all 50+ acres of it. Showers teased us with occasional droplets, but the heavy rainstorm wasn't invited to this party.
|While not actually part of the Pumpkin Patch, the river is just across the road.
Thank you, Rick and Pat, for inviting us all to this very special event.