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... Bookmobile, as well. Huge canvas totes from L.L. Bean carry all the books and supplies we'll need for the next seven weeks. Hours on the road will afford us plenty of time to feast on our collection of living books (history, nature, geography, math, biography), Scripture, poetry, literature, fine art pictures, and great composers' music thanks to our Charlotte Mason style of home education.
We discovered someone was nibbling on the TP ...
My first introduction to Jacques Brel started before I even learned French in Spain when I would listen and watch his song alone and in my room and tear up. His passion for his music is immense and difficult not to become attached to.
Some more of his music:
... of art by Van Gogh. Of course, geology, nature study, and American History will all be on the lesson plan.
The boys are looking forward to becoming Junior Rangers at the national parks we're going to. We'll see if they end up blogging or just keeping a traditional scrap book.
Doing a cross country trip with my family has long been a dream of mine. It's SO exciting to be realizing this. Here we ...
... something you hear about all your life so very worth seeing. The Mayflower II is very interesting. It is an exact duplicate of the original. To see how small it was and carried over 100 people sure made you think about what they sacrificed to come here.
... a good idea because there was so many places to get off we couldn't decide. Boston is definitely one of the cities that we will come back to again, next time by air and we will stay in the city. We did see Fenway Park but got there too late to take a tour. Although it was only a little past noon the tours were sold out for the times we needed to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking