Here they are posing (as only five and six year old boys can do) in front of the mountain. Chase was such a better climber than little Kameron. Kam tried to stay up with him, but got stuck several times!
You can see here that Chase is quite the adventurous one, while Kameron is a bit more hesitant! I was amazed at how easily Chase maneuvered the rocks.
And alas, our adventurous duo decided to slow it down a bit and paint some pumpkins too! So, what "school related" activities were accomplished yesterday? Well, socialization, interaction, history, exploration, pe, art, self awareness, character building...and the list can go on and on!
Below are some pictures from the other field trips we've been fortunate to take in the past few weeks. Last Friday (Oct. 15) I went with the LIGHT Homeschool group to Paradise Pumpkin Patch in Eufaula, AL. Here are Kameron and his buddy MaKenna riding on the cow cart! It was a blast, and he was very protective of her, as you can see. He didn't want her to fall out.
And here he is with Ashlan sliding down one of the blow up slides at the PP.
...and riding on they hay ride with Mama!
...and feeding Sandy, the goat! I could go on, and on, but I'll stop here! I cannot express how truly gratifying and amazing it is to be able to stay home with Kameron and get to experience these things with him. I'm thinking that he, in just ten weeks of school, has probably experienced more field trips than those not home schooled will in the entire school year! Thanks, God, for allowing me to do this...and thanks, Kevin, for working so hard so we can learn at home! I am BLESSED, BLESSED, BLESSED!!