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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Tuesday's Adventures


In Alabama...





One room schoolroom.
1890's Farmhouse and garden





How cool is this!!!

Real log cabin


Spider we saw along the trails



In Georgia...
We visited this covered bridge and found an amazing creek with little waterfalls. We explored this area but since it was at the end of our day we decided to come back later and explore more. I wish I would have known about this bridge and creek last year so we could have been exploring all along. Sigh. A beautiful day and too much to tell for a tired Mama.

Tomorrow we're going to two state parks, more awesome pictures to come.
These are the days...

 

10 comments:

Life With My 3 Boybarians said...

I can't get over how TALL D looks. he is such a handsome boy! Is he often mistaken for an older child, or have my itty bitty children just biased my age-guessing abilities?

I would never guess him to be a 3-year-old. He rides a bike! He is a marvel of a child! My boys loved watching him ride in circles. YAY D!!!!!

Michele said...

What a great homeschool adventure! I'm in Georgia too! What part of Alabama is that? Is that a big tree trunk?

Michele

Sherri said...

What a great trip! Where were you in Georgia? I am in Brunswick, and I know that you are moving to Savannah soon. I can't wait to see what all great places you discover down this way. I know some, but knowing you you will doscover all kinds of amazing adventures!

barrellfullofmonkeys said...

That tree is really neat! I'm looking forward to seeing all of your adventures this week. That's a great idea to take a week to see all the great things nearby before moving. Enjoy!

Kathy D.

Lisa said...

Looks like fun. That tree ring timeline is great!

The house we used to live in before we moved was 50 years older than that farmhouse! Yikes!

The Ridge School said...

The stream is beautiful! I forget how pretty areas of GA and AL really are.

Cheers,
Jenny

Daisy said...

My family lives in Alabama. Born and raised on land owned since before AL became a state. I think you were within about 30 minutes of them (if I have your location correct). Man, I miss it.

G3 & Mom said...

And no tether in sight... God bless ya for getting them out of the moving craziness and adventuring with them. Such wonderful memory making days.

Tina said...

What a neat FT. I love the farm house and garden. Wow, what a lot of work that is. :o)

Meliss said...

Great pictures! Thanks for sharing all the fun you had!