Speed checked by radar. There were several instances of speed limit confusion around our local roads. . . I should have documented all of them.
Tag Archives: Monterey
We loved exploring Carmel. And now that we don’t live there anymore, I realize we didn’t explore it near enough. Must. get. back. Every street promised neat little surprises like the Tuck Box. Fairy tale! ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~~ Continue reading “Quirky Carmel”
Project Edit 365
I love this blog – and I love posting – except for when I haven’t posted in a while, then I get overwhelmed at not posting – and I feel like my first post back has to be an amazing one – and my life has been so busy with “mommy” things lately that IContinue reading “Project Edit 365”
Missing the Pacific Coast
Summer has a death grip on the area we currently live. Multiple days (weeks, even) in the 90s. Normally I’d much rather be hot than cold, but this heat stranglehold has me missing the perfectly mild climate of “northern” California. Reminisce with me. . . and click on a pic to bring up the full-sizeContinue reading “Missing the Pacific Coast”
The Lone Cypress and a friendly. . .squirrel?
We toured 17-Mile Drive today. It’s a famous drive around the Pebble Beach area of the Monterey Peninsula. There are about 20 numbered stops along the drive. The girls and I had done a run in the area so we decided afterwards to do the drive. Make that, I decided that we should do theContinue reading “The Lone Cypress and a friendly. . .squirrel?”
Exploring the “Great Tide Pools”
Since we’re living right by the Pacific Ocean, it’s only natural that our science program cover aquatic animals. The curriculum we’re using is Apologia’s Zoology 2: Exploring Creation with Swimming Creatures of the Fifth Day. My goal is to take two weeks for each lesson: work in the book for a week and go toContinue reading “Exploring the “Great Tide Pools””