Saturday we packed up the little monster and drove the hour and half to Upper Canada Village to check out Pumpkin Inferno.
It takes place at night so we had to leave our house around 5:00pm...Daphne is pretty adaptable so I was hoping it would be worth throwing her schedule off a bit.
It was very neat. Trails through the heritage buildings covered in lit pumpkins. Some areas had themes, like Noah's Arc, Fish of the St Lawrence and the zodiac signs. One of the larger houses had hundreds of pumpkins with spooky faces light up to the tune of "This is Halloween".
All the pumpkins are fake so they can last the season but there are almost 6000 carved pumpkins created by local groups and artists.
It was very busy though. We got there before it opened and we had to wait in line for about 30 minutes. Long wait but by the time we left the line up was all the way into the parking lot. At least double the length we had to wait in.
Daphne slept HARD the whole drive and once we got home we slipped her into her jammies and she was down for the night. Will and I had a warm cup of tea and a relax before we passed out as well.