This pumkin patch had fun play areas where I could hang out with Bethany and Rachel on the swings, and tires! Well the swings were made out of tires too...maybe I should just say tires?They had tricycle races...And a tractor pulling these super fun cars/trailers/buggies.It looked ike a caterpilllar!They also had farm animals that you could feed and pet. I met this cool guy JJ. He's an alpaca and I just know the two of us could make a great knitting team. He grows fur. I spin and make sweaters! When we asked him if he wanted to come home with me he snorted and shook his head. Alas, I am still alpaca-less.I picked out the perfect pumpkin too! Bethany and Rachel came around and helped me too. We seriously contemplated the pros and cons of each pumpkin. Then we calculated the cover just to get in AND the cost of one pumpkin?!?! I decided to buy THREE for the price of one at a local grocery store. Here are the grocery store pumpkins. After a dangerous session of cutting out the top hole we (mom and I ) decided that utilizing power tools would be a much better alternative. Sooo I busted out the dremmel and the drill. Success. We were even able to use the dremmel to create shading for when the light shines through!On Wednesday before I left for Idaho, my school had their play....Peter Pan! I helped one of our girls come up with her costume. She was a lost boy. For under $20 this is what we came up with!One of the birds lost its head during rehearsal but I was pretty proud of how we turned her hair into a birds nest!