Continuing the awesome story of our trip to the Armstrong Redwoods, we had so much fun on the last day. We had a mild walk planned with another docent to talk about the Redwood trees and how they grow. We got to discover some really neat things about they each tree is born and how they are usually not grown by seeds but from other trees! I also learned that the big the clover looking plants are not clover- they are called Sorrel and they make these really pretty purple flowers and they hate the sun! You learn something new every day and I am all for learning about things I haven't before. That is why I love homeschooling so much. I am a part of the journey too. Take a look at yesterday's post if you missed it in regards to the beginning of our trip. This was some of the most fun and learning I have had in such a short amount of time!
The Armstrong Redwoods were really awesome. The trees were super tall and magnificent to see in person. I have been to the Redwoods before but have never taken the time to really appreciate the vastness that is the Redwoods.
My kids weren't exactly excited about taking photos on this particular day. Haha! You can't win them all.
Now we learned so much about the area and the different things that make it great. Bu only those interested in biology and forests and naturalists stuff will be into it. Are you?? What is this?
We had such good time on our trip but all good things must come to an end. And I must get back to work. Up this week: 2 consultations and a family portrait session. My season is rolling. How about yours? I would love to meet you and your family to capture some special moments so please contact me today so we can have our own meeting!
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