We rode the Thunder Mountain Line "Pumpkin Liner" on October 22nd. Sadly this was another time when Jared's schedule did not allow him to come with us, so JR and I hitched a ride with Maitland and Katie and we met my parents up on Horseshoe Bend.
The first half of the trip we rode in an enclosed car and JR spent much to the time turned around flirting with the teenage girl behind him.
He did turn around and paid us some attention after a while though, especially after grandpa took him to get some candy.
Looking out the window with uncle Maitland...
What a cutie!
When we arrived at Montour each ticket holder got to pick out a pumpkin to bring home. JR was going around touching all the tops of the pumpkins. He was too funny.
It was very hard to pick just the right pumpkin!
The train Nazi yelled at us for taking this picture whit JR sitting on the edge.
He said, "these old trains can just move at any time without warning!"
I think they have bigger problems then a kid being held tight by his grandfather if that happens. All the people getting on and off the train at the ramps holding giant pumpkins are more likely to be screwed but whatever.
On the return trip we rode outside and it was awesome. If you ever ride the train and there is good weather go outside for sure. Much more exciting!
JR wasn't really interested in looking over the side though. He wanted to chill with his pumpkins.
He thought he was too cool for school sitting on those pumpkins!
And sitting on the step...
It was a fun day. I fully plan on riding the Polar Express train next month!