Saturday, July 19, 2008

At The Beach



My name is Frankie. My mom is letting me have this blog. I am eight years old. We are going to have a lot of fun this year! A few weeks ago we went to Cape May Point. We went to the beach almost every day. The beach was very fun. We took a few long bike rides, and were in a bike parade on the Fourth of July. We visited the Cape May Nature Center. We took some walks. We saw gigantic jellyfish, dolphins, horseshoe crabs and brought home an anemone. We also saw a small bridge and a big castle and went up in the Cape May Lighthouse. We could see as far as the beach! And we took a class about snakes, and lizards and turtles(Maxie's favorite!). And my mom found a pretty crab leg with blue and orange, and lots of cool seashells! We also saw ghost crabs and mole crabs (in the wet sand) on our walks. The ghost crabs were pretty cool because they were clear and we could see through them. And we saw fireworks the day before the Fourth of July! We went to Sunset Beach and saw horseshoe crabs mating, and a flag ceremony, and sang the National Anthem with Kate Smith. We also saw about 100 geese from Canada in the Circle pond.


This is Zoe, Frankie's sister. I am 5. I found a crab leg with my dad, and brought it home. We also went to Sunset Beach and saw a girl horseshoe crab. And we saw rabbits, and a duck! (I found it!) And we stayed in a little Cottage, and we made a puzzle.


We had a great vacation, and our year is going fine!

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3 Comments:

Blogger Sarah said...

looks like you guys had a great time! Love all the pictures! Can't believe how big you all are getting, it's been awhile since we've seen ya'll. Hope to catch up soon!

4:58 PM  
Anonymous Maya said...

Hi Frankie & Zoe! I'm Mahal & I'm 7 & I like seeing what other homeschoolers are doing. Thank you.

9:43 PM  
Anonymous Lori said...

my son is 9 and he thinks you might like to see his web comic blog ;^)

http://jackhenry.tumblr.com

it's always good to see hs'ed kids out & about on the web!

6:29 PM  

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