beach combing

We took advantage of the very late unseasonable weather to have one last walk in search of agates and was 63 degrees, warm for this time of year, but a chilly breeze off the lake.

fossilized coral

the girls found a few agates.
heading back to town for piano lessons

Sunrise over Lake Pepin


Both of my girls LOVE these books

heading to the library

I don't have a lock for my bike, so I have Mary Emma park
in front of me.

Mary E in the directors office working on next weeks topic

Mary E helping a parent navigate the Internet.

Home school group at the library.


Hiking and agate hunting

Hiking Sand Point Trail

checking out the binoculars

On the raised trail

We could not reach the point as the water was too high.

feeding the fishies

Lots of water on the trail

A True Bug

Margaret's awesome agate



Making the filling
the dough and the filling

with a little help from Margaret

Filling and rolling

Brush with egg white


Math, Rocks, & Writing

The girls are participating in National Novel Writing Month. They have a young adult program.
Some of Mary Emma's agates

Some of Marge's agates, shells, and fossilized shark teeth

Moo Shu sloppy joes! They turned out great and everyone loved them!

Plowing through Saxon math....lesson 55!
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