I am a day late posting the day three photo...We normally attend a combination American Sign Language/Science class on Wednesday evenings. This week we met at a local trail to explore local flora and fauna with our teacher Mrs. Jawanna. Most of our time was spent discussing plants. The kids tasted mustard garlic and dead nettle, learned about poison ivy and poison hemlock, and viewed several rare and beautiful wild flowers.
Our hike began at 6:45pm and we arrived home a little before 9:00pm. So, after baths and cuddling a toddler who was three shades past rational behavior because he was so tired, this didn't get posted last night. Better late than not outdoors, right?
It's raining today, so I guess tonight's post will be wet. The kids will love it!
Get outside and have fun!!
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