Saturday, September 20, 2008

First Homeschoolers Hike of the year!


Not this past Friday, but the Friday before, some of the homeschooling families in our area got together for our first hike of the year. We decided to try out the new boardwalk that has been built in one end of our town. It's not completely finished yet but what is finished is beautiful. We had a great day for the hike and we got some great pictures. In the one above you can see little one trotting off after the others thinking she's just as big as they are. In the picture below she is enjoying a cookie from a stash of homemade cookies that one of the moms brought. They were yummy!





I took a group picture of all the children but I won't post it because I'm not sure how everyone feels about having their pictures posted on the web. Some of the older children weren't too pleased about posing for the pictures but it turned out really nice.

Here's my oldest dd clipped from the group picture:



And here's little one, my youngest dd, clipped from the group picture:



I even got DD#1 to take a picture of little one and I on the hike. Pictures of me are rare because I always try to hide from the camera but I'm realizing how silly that is and how important it is that my children have pictures of me with them as they are growing up, so I'm trying to be better about getting some taken.



The pictures below are beautiful scenery pictures DD#1 took while we were on the hike. She has a real eye for taking great pictures. She actually took all the pictures on the hike, except for the group pictures that she was in.





It was a great first hike and I'm looking forward to others throughout the year.

3 comments:

At Home on the Rock... said...

Looks like a great hike. Beautiful pics too!

Jennifer @ Quiverfull Family said...

Oh, your youngest reminds me of my 2 year old! Just the same amount of hair!!

Carla said...

Sarah took some very nice shots! It was a nice little hike, wasn't it! My three boys went back there this evening and ran the whole way.