lynde shores

October 26, 2012 at 19:50 Leave a comment

being part of a group means that you’re not doing it alone.  the “it” that i was doing alone, was homeschooling.   joining a group was one of those cases where you think everything is great, but then something changes and suddenly “great” is so much greater.  y’know?

this past week, the kids and i had a chance to go to lynde shores conservation area, twice!

once as a photo gig, and the second as a field trip with the homeschool group.    i’d never been to the conservation area before, but within one week it’s moved into one of our top places to visit.

check it out!

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Entry filed under: homeschool, photography.

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