Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Spring days

The past few weeks we have enjoyed beautiful spring weather here in SC, and so we took advantage to be outdoors as much as possible.

Playing with the boys AKA climbing onto the roof LOL:)

Playtime also included climbing trees

We also had the opportunity to go on a field trip to Paris Mountain with our home-school co-op.
As you can see there's LOTS of children :)

(From left to right) Adriana, Katie, Me, Haviland, Andrea, Jasmine and Abby fishing in the FREEZING COLD creek for insects to study.

Jasmine, Haviland, Jared, Mark, Danny and Ben examine the Garter fish that Ben caught.

Ohhhhh soooo cute!!!!
This is Nathaniel better known to us as Bubby:)

Fishing away

Studying water temperature and pH level

Busy writing down our observations

Rebekah, isn't she beautiful?

Ben, Mark and Dan studying very hard LOL ;-)

David

Erika fishing

Canadian Geese

This was a really neat sight. 7 turtles on a log

This picture has nothing to do with nature but I found this carved on a bench at the park and thought " WOW B.F. for Bethany Franco" LOL.
Who knows what it really means but it was a neat discovery, if not very scientific;)

So sweet!!!
Well I hope you enjoyed this glimpse into our field trip.
Thank you to all our church families for the wonderful time we all had together!!!

5 comments:

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MÂȘ del Mar Hermoso said...

I love all the fotographs. They have been happy hours to remember in your adulthood. :)

Sarah said...

Oh, this looks like so much fun, Bethany! I loved all of the photos, and found myself wishing that I could have been there as well. :) What an enjoyable time you must have had!

Maiden4Christ said...

Thank you all of you for your sweet comments. I appreciate them soo much. May God bless you all richly.
~Bethany
P.S.
Dear Sarah I wish you could have been there too!!!

Butterfly said...

Nice picture with the row of turtles on the log