Saturday, November 1, 2008

Wagner Farms

Today a family tradition came full circle. Jeremy and I took the boys to Wagner Farms in Corrales. Growing up, this was a yearly trip for my family. When we were younger, we would pick pumpkins and apples and watch cider being made. As the years passed and we grew older, the trip became more about a lazy nap in the car and awakening to eat roasted corn, homemade tortillas and green chile stew. Although the activities of the trip changed over the years, one thing remained the same. The time together. No matter how good the food or how beautiful the drive, the best part was just being together and enjoying our afternoon.
Here are a few pictures from our afternoon at the farm. Happy boy, Benji


Changing Cottonwoods along the Rio Grande

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for carrying on the tradition in your family Sarah and Jeremy. It warms my heart that you felt it was important enough in your childhood to want to carry it through for your own. Wish I could have been there to experience it with you.

Grammy Pammy

Aunt Courtney said...

You know that Drew and I will be there with you next year! Heck yeah for moving back! See you in less than a week :)

Sarah said...

Now we just need to get a Ford Astro to carry us all in. :) Know what is scary Court? You could have a baby by then too...put that in your pipe and smoke it!

Courtney said...

You could have another set of twins, you baby factory! That's right, just keep poppin' em right out. . .