As you can see, reactions were mixed, but generally everyone was glad to get out for a while.
After a quick stop for some grub and hitting the ATM we headed out to Sutherland Farms.
We weren't prepared for how far out in the boonies it was, so the anxiety among the little ones built to quite a fever pitch before we got there.
But eventually we made it and prepared to enjoy a very pleasant fall day out in the country.
We had never been here before so we didn't know what to expect. From what I had heard I had expected a little more of a carnival atmosphere, rides and such.
But this was nice too. Something we hadn't seen a while lot of since we had left the midwest.
There seemed to be plenty to do. There was very much a county fair atmosphere, but that also meant that everything had a price. But we came to have a good time, so why not?
They had a cow milking station. Unfortunately, though, the water had froze and ruined the nipples.
Everyone decided to see how tall they were. Maybe we'll come back next year and see how much taller they are.
We headed off to the corn maze. We took this picture in case we got lost and were never heard from again..
We had to turn around a lot.
All in all it was a great fall afternoon to be out and about and getting some air and sun.