I hope that you’ll consider joining me each Friday as I share the field trips we’ve enjoyed as a family or as an organized group. I’d love to see where you’ve been and what you’re learning!
This morning we awoke to the sound of rain pitter pattering on the roof of the camper. As wonderful as I once imagined that sound would be, I didn’t realize how hard it would be to sleep through the not so gentle pounding of the raindrops hitting against our metal roof. The rain wasn’t all bad; it gave my husband, who was scheduled an outside job, a perfect excuse to take a day off work and spend it with us.
We were thrilled to see the sun emerge from the clouds right around the time the kids were finishing their individual assignments. We decided to head to the Huntsville Botanical Garden to see their newest exhibit for the Spring and Summer, Tremendous Treehouses.
I mistakenly thought the treehouses would be the highlight of the day and it’s not like we didn’t enjoy them, but we stumbled into the Children’s Garden and the fun began! My ‘kids’ loved playing here! All four of them. Check out some of the pictures:
Of course we did see some treehouses and some beautiful spring flowers, but I’d have to say that my kids really enjoyed the Children’s Garden. Go figure. It did upset me that one of the mom’s made it a point to steer her son away from my kids. Oh well. Before I had teenagers, I thought they were all evil too!
I don’t know how educational this field trip was, but then the goal today was just to enjoy a day as a family. Fun is good. I’ll post pictures on the fan page if you’re interested in seeing more of the main attraction, the treehouses.
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