Monday, November 3, 2008

Pumpkin Walk

North Logan, Utah is a great community. It is where Phil and I met (we were neighbors). I love it. One of the things that I love most about it is the sense of history and community. An example of this is the annual Pumpkin Walk. The community gets together to create a fun, imaginative play land out of pumpkins.

Here are a few pictures from this year's event:

one of the political scenes (there was also one of Obama in a crib and a sign that read, "too young")

Pecos Bill and lots of cute kids (Eden and some of her cousins)

Moses parting the Red Sea

Brent, a local hero around Cache Valley - he rides his bike around and honks and waves to everyone

Michael Phelps winning another gold

An ER room (notice the woman in the orange - she is vomiting - funny!)

The nursery section of the hospital

Noah and his ark and animals

3 response(s):

Corrie said...

That would have been fun to see. All the creativity and time taken to participate and just have fun. Really fun to look at those pitures!

Ryan + Angie said...

We missed the pumpkin walk this year. It was good to see it here! :)

amy greenway said...

Oh, I miss the pumkin walk VERY much. I haven't seen it for years. Thanks for sharing what used to be practially my front yard. *sigh* NY is great, but I miss Cache Valley.