Life's a Beach and a Playground

It looks as though we are going to have a fabulous spell of good weather (fingers crossed). That means that there is hope for surviving the four hour class picnic. Sea Day was a nice experience with a lot of parent help and very cooperative kids. There were tons of intertidal creatures to be found and the weather wasn't too bad. No broken bones and no lost students either.

Mike has been taking part in a log home building class that is constructing a cabin for a developed recreation site near town. They built it at the local university and next week it will be transported and reconstructed at the campground next week. The pictures are amazing. I'll post some soon.
Clare and Ge Gee have been enjoying the playground and the beach on a regular basis.
Ride 'em cowgirl!


Glamour girl!

Posing with my sunstar!
Loving Spencer...

No comments: