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At The Pumpkin Fair 2022

IT WAS FALL...  and this is the second time that I have experienced the autumn in San Jose.

We went to another pumpkin farm, entrance fees was $15 for each person.  This time my grandson has two grandmas to accompany him... LOL... yes, two grandmas staying together in one room.  My son joked about it in his office, "handling three ladies in a house is no joke!"  LOL....  Well, it is indeed a joke, modern mothers like us do not give problems to the younger generation... ahem... instead we lend our four hands to getting the household chores done smoothly!  LOL... 

Sorry to digress, back to my pumpkin post, we had a great time at the farm, the two grannies becoming "children" again... LOL... 
Nice deco inside the pumpkin fair...
Went for the train ride two times.... 
Up the truck wagon full of hay too!
With the young and sophisticated granny....
Pumpkins for Sale!
See, we played with the young one....
We helped him fed the goats... 
A really fun time together with the very young and young adults!


  1. Have not been catching up for a while, you are in the US now..enjoy your stay.

  2. Great and colorful pics of family fun! I have been worried about you, Claire, I hope you are alright. So have you moved to America permantly? The baby is adorable and growing so much!

  3. The pumpkins sure do not look like those we have here. Two grannies? Your daughter-in-law's mum? Lucky grandson!


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