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Nature Lovin' Fools

Posted by Patience on July 7, 2009 at 7:28 AM in Connecting with kidsNature
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We've been soaking up lots of nature goodness lately. We found this little guy on a trip to the beach. Josiah quickly sketched a picture in the sand.

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Yesterday we spent a good part of the day at the river, hopping rocks and swimming. The end of the week calls for picking blueberries, raspberries if we are lucky. Some of our best memories are filled with nature.

What nature are you lovin' this summer?


Amber writes...

I'm loving the garden this summer. Oh, and wild berries. What's better than picking something delicious that just grew there without having to pay a thing or do any work at all? Nothing, I say.

kelly writes...

i love the mountains (chiggers and all), especially with a view of the river and a path to that river through the woods--a path freckled with currant bushes. oh and a hammock strung between two trees with a perfect view of the river. that's where we spent our 4th of july. the kids seemed to grow new skin, brighter eyes, and breathe easier on that mountain...

Jess writes...

Definitely trips to the river. Sips of honeysuckle, messing with mud in the back yard, climbing trees, inspecting bugs, and puddle hopping have all been mixed in. Our future holds peach picking, blueberries, and sandy shores. Hooray for summer nature!

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