So we went back for Family Harvest Days!
Once again we enjoyed ourselves. It's a perfect mix of history, space of the boys, outdoors, and fun.
|The sign reads "Tulip Tree Circa 1766"... if only trees could talk!|
|Small beach area near the wharf on the Potomac River. I wanted to snag some driftwood to take home with us for a memento... but it specifically ask you don't touch the beach in any way.|
|The Wharf... they were doing cruises for half price that day (we didn't go though)|
|Luke taste testing a roasted apple! It got a thumbs up!|
|Evan posing with his roasted apple, awesome backdrop!|
|Finished eating roasted apples while listening to some music. They were fascinated!|
|Fall is not complete without a hay bale maze!|
|Greg took a pic of me. Been trying to still be comfy & casual but a bit more stylish lately|
|Lots of leaves were collected!|
|They were selling simple lunch things... and I gotta say sitting next to the river on hay bales eating our little lunch was wonderful!|
Cute little story: We were walking around and one point it took us pass the Tombs if we stayed on that walkway. We were telling the boys that to remember to be quiet and before we could finish... Evan pipes up "We're going past George Washington, we have to be respect-a-bull-ity-ly".
I know they're going to be so young while we're here... but I really truly hope they remember all the historical places we've visited and why to be "respect-a-bull-ity-ly" ;)
We had a great time! It was a really nice day for it! We will certainly will be going back for Christmas!