Little Creek Nature Area… And how Simone saved the day
But when I heard I could start at a park, hike through trails and end up at the nature reserve… I decided that didn’t sound too scary!
After hiking through the trails we ended up seeing a red barn with sheep! So naturally we approached them and started speaking sheep- “bass baaa”!
So, the school district owns the nature area and the 90 acres we had just hiked through. The school uses it to host field trips (way cool)! And it’s open to the public… we could even go into the museum 😊
The museum had 2 doves, both males that liked to fight (sounds like some brother I know!)
There was a table of artifacts that was for touching and holding!
After we warmed up and finished checking out more displays in the museum, we started hiking back to the car!
Well, we got a bit lost… I’m kinda directionally impaired!
Simone came to the rescue and after making a complete circle, she investigated a path to the left and discovered the tree she had used her knife on to pry off bark!! Everyone was very relieved to be heading in the right direction! Yay for Simone 😊
Eli liked the tuft of rabbit fur that he found . He plans on using it when he plays Wild Kratts!
Edison saw a deer and a fox! No picture because I didn’t see them but I took a picture of him looking quite proud!
And poor Andre- all he got was 7 splinters somehow 😔
Fable Haven is a book series that is absolutely fabulous! I read all 5 books as a read- aloud… And we wanted more!
The UNWILDEST animal we found… was this metal stork!
When we finally popped out of the woods, the kids were starving… so I must remember to pack snacks next time!