Monday, July 03, 2006

1830s and beyond

Leah enthusiastically took on the role of Caroline Barnes at Old Sturbridge Village Discovery Camp last week. Jesse and his chauffeur-of-the-day spent some time also enjoying OSV, but also ventured out to other destinations in the area. Below, in no particular order, are some of the topics that popped into our lives. :-) woodworking, Boston Museum of Science, weaving, electricity, notable African-American women, submarines, printmaking, condor release program, fireworks...
tree canopy walkway at Ecotarium, tinsmithing, the Big Dig, swimming at a state park, pirates, embroidery, Greece, mountain biking, Pinky Pye...
pre-algebra, digital photography, steam-powered inventions old and new, strawberry picking and the economics of some seeds and soil, Mythbusters, Leonardo daVinci (of course), National Geographics...
human anatomy, fishing (with new equipment and old), optical illusions, Theodore Roosevelt, Hopscotch magazine, the sound barrier, Dolly Madison, how to temper steel, Oregon Trail...and more. Posted by Picasa

1 Comments:

Blogger DesertGirl said...

Somehow you make me wanna move back there.

Miss you!

8:01 PM  

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