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Learning at the Spring Fair

On Friday, we took a trip with Grandma and Grandpa to the local Spring Fair. Friday is normally one of our homeschool days, and the fair had lots of learning opportunities for little people, especially in the agricultural/homesteading department. So you know, it was just our style. There were lots of animals to see. Bee is checking out the alpaca and a turkey (yes, that's what the gray blob in the corner is). I'll admit that seeing all the animals gave me a pang of nostalgia for the good old days of critter ranching. This most recent incarnation of the Flapjack Homestead has but a few fowl. That time will come again though, I'm sure. Now that Bee is older, I'm thinking that it's actually quite near. Raising livestock is a life skill after all, it's central to the kids' education.  Oh my, that was a bit of a tangent. Back to the fair...  What could be more fun than stomping around in a sandbox full of corn. Plus, dump trucks! I suppose the edu

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