This plane flew directly over our jeep as we were driving home and we heard it drop a few seeds on the roof as it was headed over the rice paddies. Crop duster/seeding planes fly so low to the ground. It’s crazy! And that’s how they grow rice kiddos. Too cool! 😎
Fellow blogger, Betty, over at Chambers on the Road recently gave me the idea to write a post about camping activities for kids. Thanks for the great idea Betty! In our family history, we’ve gone from rare overnight camping once a year in a pop-up trailer, to living in a 35ft class A Winnebago (Blaze) … Continue reading 10 Awesome Camping Activities for Kids
Our monthly camping trip took us to a Thousand Trails spot we hadn’t been to before. Unfortunately, everything was closed due to COVID. Fires weren’t allowed and hanging up hammocks was against the rules too. Hmmm 🤔 The water faucet was missing from the faucet handle at our site but my husband had brought his … Continue reading Lake of the Springs (Thousand Trails) – Oregon House, California
This post is for my fellow blogger and homeschool mama over at sing like wildflowers who recently posted some Azalea photos. Be sure to stop by her lovely blog and see what she’s up to!
My post today was inspired by a post by fellow blogger, Sheree. Her post about The French Love of Picnics made me want to have a picnic every day of the week. In her post, she shares a wonderful formula for the perfect French picnic. You simply must visit her blog and check it out! … Continue reading DIY Custom Picnic Basket 🧺 with Service for Five