Lakedale Resort At Three Lakes
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... sheep. They also have pigs (to fertilize the grass). We learned about the life cycle of the sheep, their nutritional needs, and a bit about processing. Bruce, like Steven earlier this week, systematically researched how to make the most of the farm, with minimal impact. For example, on their farm, lambing typically happens when the grass is growing so that there is enough food to feed them. Bruce’s farm produces food for the ...
... week (and not just because Halloween was coming up).
After stuffing ourselves and doing quick introductions between bite after delicious bite, we gathered in our classroom again for a more formal introduction. We were paired up and asked to learn four specific things about our partners before introducing them to the group. There were many laughs and I could tell I was going to spend the week with a great group of people.
... kayaking back to the Harbour beach one of the guides who loved I mean LOVED starfish (or as you're supposed to call them, seastars) Found an enormous one that I named Neville. We didn't kill the the starfish but wwe still got to hold him. It wasn't my first time kayaking but it was still really fun! I really enjoyed kayaking.
After the kayaking we were all exhausted but Dad ...
... all kind of tropical plants, butterflies all over (wear red, they all come sit on you until they realise you are no food), the Chrysalids, the caterpillars, the little eggs we could see on the plants.
The 3 of us went there to draw! Watercolor for Jocelyn and Carol, just graphite pencil for me. A lovely afternoon. I saw Flamingo's, Tortoises, an ibis bird, some parakeets, two parrots, and lots of butterflies all ...
... we got home, the kids played with Elise in the afternoon and then Brian and Nadine walked with them to the park, before coming home for a pizza dinner.
After dinner, Seta suddenly collapsed (asleep) against Brian on the floor of the play room. She was obviously exhausted from the 8 km we had walked during the day. Elise got her blanket and curled up right beside her bigger cousin on the floor.