Got just a little bit tired waiting for the festivities to begin!
Just a few pumpkins outside the party barn. So many more to come!
We are off to the petting zoo. That was Quinn's favorite. Everytime there was a little break he wanted to head back to pet the animals.
First there were little goats to feed.
Then came the llamas and alpacas.
Back to that greedy llama, he could take the cup of food out of your hand before you could blink an eye.
At first, Quinn was a bit aprehensive about feeding the animals, but after about the third trip into the barn, he couldn't wait to feed them.
And guess what, here's even a white peacock.
Now on to the outside where there were lots more animals to feed. I couldn't resist taking the landscape pictures with the well pumping away in one of the outer fields. A typical Oklahoma landscape.
Next it was a hayride around the lake and to the mazes on the other side. It was really a bumpy ride.
Grandmama and the boy. I hardly ever get in a picture since I'm always taking them.
The mazes were lots of fun. There was a hay, corn, and corral maze. All were pretty tricky and we got lost several times.
These are the entrances to the mazes.
There was a huge metal slide near the mazes and the kids just loved it. Don't know how many times Quinn went down while we waited for the tractor to take us back to the party barn for lunch.
After lunch it was off to explore some more.
Here's a coyote camp. Don't know the purpose but it was another photo op.
Now it's off to the Karoke barn for some funny pictures.
Now is the time for a pony ride since the line is the longest its been all day!
Patiently waiting his turn to ride.