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We went to Mighty Mud Mania today. It's an annual event that involved mud and water - mud obstacle courses, mud pits, misters, giant slip 'n slides, huge sand castle and fire hoses everywhere to rinse you off.

 

The end result of being slid by daddy

So, we finally got to a computer that was capable of running the Spore Creature Creator. We've only used the free trial edition at this point, but, as expected, Sophia and Enzo created a series of interesting creatures. See some of them in this set. My personal favorites are Whale, Human and Pickle (my name for that one).

 

Balloon is my favorite of all – in no small part because The Red Balloon was one of my favorite films while growing up and is still in my top ten. I haven't seen this one yet though.

 

Spore Creature Creator is now highly recommended by us and we are all looking forward to playing the game Spore (more here) when it is released in September. By then we will have upgraded our operating system and should have no problem.

So, we finally got to a computer that was capable of running the Spore Creature Creator. We've only used the free trial edition at this point, but, as expected, Sophia and Enzo created a series of interesting creatures. See some of them in this set. My personal favorites are Whale, Human and Pickle (my name for that one).

 

Balloon is my favorite of all – in no small part because The Red Balloon was one of my favorite films while growing up and is still in my top ten. I haven't seen this one yet though.

 

Spore Creature Creator is now highly recommended by us and we are all looking forward to playing the game Spore (more here) when it is released in September. By then we will have upgraded our operating system and should have no problem.

Taken at the Good Vibrations Unschooling Conference 2011

 

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going in the mail to our sweet unschooling flickr friends :o)

 

dance class was showing movement; move like a rocket, let me see if it is big or small, fast or slow - in this shot they were showing weightlessness

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

 

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

cool looking invertebrate sea animal looks like a quill

©hailey bartholomew

still part of my series... :)

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

 

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

Peacocks

 

We were surprised to find peacocks on our walk, they were also surprisingly fast and flew to the trees when we got too close, but not before they left us some tail feathers!

It's hard to get them both in the same frame of a photos. Let alone working together. Most of the time as one set up ocean animals the other would set up dinosaurs. I finally got a few of them working together. Briefly. But happily.

We went to Mighty Mud Mania today. It's an annual event that involved mud and water - mud obstacle courses, mud pits, misters, giant slip 'n slides, huge sand castle and fire hoses everywhere to rinse you off.

So, we finally got to a computer that was capable of running the Spore Creature Creator. We've only used the free trial edition at this point, but, as expected, Sophia and Enzo created a series of interesting creatures. See some of them in this set. My personal favorites are Whale, Human and Pickle (my name for that one).

 

Balloon is my favorite of all – in no small part because The Red Balloon was one of my favorite films while growing up and is still in my top ten. I haven't seen this one yet though.

 

Spore Creature Creator is now highly recommended by us and we are all looking forward to playing the game Spore (more here) when it is released in September. By then we will have upgraded our operating system and should have no problem.

Kids got into their plastic animals today. They haven't played with them in quite a while. They set up habitats for dinosaurs, ocean animals, and African animals and . . . pirates. Not quite sure how they ended up in the set.

So, we finally got to a computer that was capable of running the Spore Creature Creator. We've only used the free trial edition at this point, but, as expected, Sophia and Enzo created a series of interesting creatures. See some of them in this set. My personal favorites are Whale, Human and Pickle (my name for that one).

 

Balloon is my favorite of all – in no small part because The Red Balloon was one of my favorite films while growing up and is still in my top ten. I haven't seen this one yet though.

 

Spore Creature Creator is now highly recommended by us and we are all looking forward to playing the game Spore (more here) when it is released in September. By then we will have upgraded our operating system and should have no problem.

or, at least, to the top of the stacked hay bales...

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

 

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

 

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

just doing a little series on unschooling... daily shots.

these are my shoes

This was yesterday and we made our own chalk!!! I didn't know you could till my eldest asked how it was made... we did a little search then got a receipe and made some!! sooo fun!

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

 

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

 

Mostly fisheye fun at L and L in 2008

Kids got into their plastic animals today. They haven't played with them in quite a while. They set up habitats for dinosaurs, ocean animals, and African animals and . . . pirates. Not quite sure how they ended up in the set.

We went to Mighty Mud Mania today. It's an annual event that involved mud and water - mud obstacle courses, mud pits, misters, giant slip 'n slides, huge sand castle and fire hoses everywhere to rinse you off.

 

Big old long slip 'n slide.

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