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I took it from the upper part of my windshield. What the pic doesnt show bc g+ cropped it was the gridlocked traffic i was merging into.
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Ahh wet desert smell, I do miss this.
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Yea! Clean Bronco! I need to get this done more often than once every 4 years.
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Know the feeling I've had this one 12 years next month. 
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While it was a little run-over by the time I got my wife and kid there, there was no shortage of traditional, cool, odd and weird pumpkins to be had. We didn't go through the corn maze because I really didn't feel like hauling my 2 year old through it (No strollers or wagons allowed because of above-ground irrigation pipes). But there was enough for her to look at, climb on and play on. BTW the staff there are absolutely wonderful. Even though we had strayed into a restricted area (Didn't even notice the sign until we were leaving) there was nothing but smiles from the staff there. Even when we were on the road for the hay ride. A few notes for you: 1. They do furnish Wagons to haul your pumpkins with. Please grab one in the parking area. 2. The pumpkins on the hay bales are for sale. They are not just for looks. (Hey I'm a newbie to this!) 3. They use a POS system that accepts CCs. No cash needed except for food and refreshments. 4. The prices for the pumpkins are really good. You'll definitely have enough money to take part in an activity and buy pumpkins for the family if you are on a budget.
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reviewed 5 months ago
Not what I was expecting. Not by a long shot. Typically when you go to a small place like this you expect something to come up short. But the staff was courteous, the menu well rounded, the portions were of good size and the price was much lower than I expected. Even the decor nicely reflected the fusion of turn of the century building re-use and well, a Thai restaurant.
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reviewed 5 months ago
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