Cerwin realized in the morning that he forgot to set the field camera, so there weren’t any pictures of what came to the critter mix during the night.
However, there was a skunk enjoying the food when we got up – even though it was pouring rain.
It had been a rainy night, so it didn’t appear that there was a lot more action than this skunk.
Ian was in charge of breakfast – scrambled eggs, sausage, and cheese.
He custom-made every order.
Jesse was in charge of clean up.
Then it was craft time. Jesse and Gloria are cutting patterns for the spin art machine.
Duct taping salsa jars to use for storage or vases.
Diana doing paint-by-number.
Decorating gift bags.
Jesse working on assembling another kit.
Jared painted his globe and moon.
Then it was time to experiment with the new crayon maker.
While Ian waited for his crayons to melt, Gloria decided that it was time to clean up.
The children love our new light-weight sweeper – which is perfect for quick cleanups.
Jared began working on his volcano, because it would have to dry overnight.
I was impressed with this project, and loved the “plaster.”
It came on a roll that had to be cut in pieces and dipped in water.
Then he wrapped the wet pieces over the string to make a really cute volcano. We will show you the experiment tomorrow after it has dried.
Gloria prepared supper. Her choice for dessert was yellow watermelon.
It was delicious.
To be continued…