After "feeding" the goats we headed over to the chicken coop. They tried to feed the chickens as well, but again it was a bust. Luckily the chickens were pretty tame and didn't care the girls were sticking their fingers in the coop and trying to poke them. Could have been a tough life lesson learned that day.
Next was the peacocks, feeding again a bust, but they did love them.
Our next stop of the evening was standing in line for the hay ride to the pumpkin fields. Claire sat with Josh and giggled along the way. Lillian sat on my lap, turned around and gave me a giant bear hug the whole way; she was a bit unsure of the ride, but seemed to enjoy the breeze blowing on her face.
Walking through the pumpkin field was like walking through an unkempt beach. We left with sand in our shoes but smiles on our faces. We let the girls run around and check out all of the pumpkins and explore. The made sure to touch just about every single one of them, tripped on a few vines, but hopped right back up and continued forward. They also thought they were Wonder Woman and attempted to pick up pumpkins that probably weighted as much as they do.
After running through the fields we had to stand and wait again for our ride back to the main area of the farm. After about 10 minutes of standing and waiting we were too slow or just not pushy enough to get tractor trailer, so then we waited for the next one to pull up, but for some reason more then half the people who rode out to the field did not get off and again no room for us. Finally, a third came along and we were able to get a ride back.
This was the only sign we could find with two faces. I thought the girls would love it, because they are currently obsessed with the moon. However, with it being so huge it was hard to get a decent picture.