This last weekend Tim and I met a couple of our children and five of our grandchildren in Sault Ste. Marie to spend a couple of days together before the snow begins to fly. We wanted to find a pumpkin patch for the children to enjoy. And we did, Mockingbird Hill Farm!
Mockingbird Hill is a working farm. The boys liked looking at and petting the cows and sheep. When I offered to buy food for them to feed the animals out of their hands they were very quick to say, “no thank you, Nannie”!
Lambert is now ten. I can’t believe how much he has grown just since his visit here in July. I think he’s now going through that no smiling for photographs stage! Too bad his Dad was working, you could see that he is a spitting image of him.
There’s a lamb hiding behind our DIL and our youngest grandson. Little Ganon just turned six months old.
It was hard to get the boys to pose for a photo, they were busy hunting chickens and chasing cats. I think the only animal they weren’t taken with on the farm was the pigs!
We all had fun in the corn maze.
When I spotted this old wagon I knew it was the perfect place for a photo opt! The grand children first……
and their parents next.
Everyone spent a lot of time in the pool.
We all had a great time together and it was hard to say goodbye. You know what I talking about if you’re one of those grandparents that are not fortunate enough to have your grandchildren living near you!
Monday is Thanksgiving Day here in Ontario.
I want to wish all of my Canadian friends a happy and a blessed day.