We first took a little walk around the farm. The farm is pretty tiny compared to most farms that are outside of the city, but definitely was big enough to have some pretty trees and dusty path ways.
Felt fedora: UO
Boots: Steve Madden
After wandering around a bit we took a look at the farm animals. They had a few goats, chickens, pigs, etc. They were all definitely cute to look at, but unfortunately we weren't allowed to feed them.
Next, we took a ride on the hayride. We were a little sad because there wasn't actually any hay on the hayride (didn't this happen to Tieka too?), but it was still fun. The area that surrounds the farm consists of industrial buildings, and palm trees, so for awhile we had to pretend our view was more fall farm themed, than busy city living.
After the hayride we stopped by the corn maze, however it was made out of hay bails, so I would call it more of a hay maze, rather than corn maze. Scott was a trouper and went through the maze, while I stood on the sidelines and cheered him on.
And last but not least, we took a little stroll around the pumpkin patch. The patch was a little flooded, so we didn't go too far in, but it was so cute and made me feel like it was finally fall (It's still in the 90's here, can you believe it?).
Going to the pumpkin patch was a lot of fun, and I am definitely looking to Scott and I's trip to another local pumpkin patch with our friends Courtney and Sanford this coming weekend! We plan on picking apples, and I'm hoping to get some hot apple cider this time around.
Have you been to a pumpkin patch yet? What was it like? I would love to hear!