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The face-painting station proved to be popular as guests got to choose from a number of spooky designs.
Alric Hudson, Marysa Frost and Kelsey Frost waited in line for a the opportunity to pose with Charlie Brown for a group photo.
Cleopatra, Jade Ivey, gets some temporary ink at the fake-tattoo station.
The SunUte Recreation Staff took tribal member families on the Peanuts “The Great Pumpkin Patch Express” Saturday, Oct. 24. Families board the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge train and take a 30-minute train ride to north Durango. Once at the patch there were a number of family friendly activities, including the chance to meet Charlie Brown and Snoopy.
The numerous activities kept everyone moving during the hour-and-a-half visit to the patch. Pictured (l to r) Marysa Frost, Monique Marquez, Jared Ruybal, Seraya Ruybal, Natelle Thompson, and Gracelynn Thompson.
Each child got to bring home one pumpkin from the patch. Gracelynn Thompson shows off her the pumpkin of her choice.
Photo Credit: Sacha Smith | The Southern Ute Drum
Photo Credit: Sacha Smith | The Southern Ute Drum
Photo Credit: Sacha Smith | The Southern Ute Drum
Photo Credit: Sacha Smith | The Southern Ute Drum
Photo Credit: Sacha Smith | The Southern Ute Drum
Photo Credit: Sacha Smith | The Southern Ute Drum
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