With Rob getting ready to deploy out again for a while, I find myself cherishing these “events” that we can do as a family. So as Halloween approaches, what better way to spend a Saturday then at a Pumpkin Patch? This is easier said than done here in Las Vegas. I looked at several different options, until I found a review on the McKee Family Ranch. It said it had farm animals, a hayride, a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, and corn cannon. This sounded like the perfect little adventure for our family. And what an interesting adventure it would turn out to be!
So we set out for the drive across town, and thirty minutes or so later we pulled up to the Ranch. This was not quite as we had pictured. To start their attractions were not quite as described. They did have several different farm animals, a pumpkin patch of sorts, and a hayride that consisted of a trailer bed with a block of hay thrown on it attached to a tractor that drove around a small yard. Not exactly the Midwest pumpkin patch and hayride my husband and I were used to. Of course we are in the middle of a desert and it was 95 degrees out, so we should have known it wouldn’t be quite right. After shelling out the $20.00 entrance fee, that included your choice of pumpkin, (yes $20.00 is a lot of money for what I just described, but we were already there so…) we ventured into the “patch” and introduced Kellan to his first Pig, Ducks, Roosters, Donkey, Goats, and several horses.
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