February 17, 2017 Welcome to a world of snow! Selected pictures from our first full day in the Adirondacks! James feeds the sheep – morning barn chores Horses in the snow Mr. Crowley-Delman pointing out our destination for the morning snowshoe – up Mt. Trouble. We could barely see it through the snow. Rest break…lounging in the snow! Natalie, Ms. Sullivan, Vicky, and Dr. Jones Made it! The summit of Mt. Trouble, looking out over farm, school, and forest. Surveying the view Group in front of “Loon” cabin, used by Camp Treetops in the summer Done! After lunch, it was time for our photography field lesson from Ms. Sullivan. Students got serious about getting the right angle (Anna, below). Anna getting the right angle. “Edible School Yard” project introduction with guest educator Molly Truth. Making rosemary flat bread from scratch using local ingredients. Yum! Black & White view from the front yard of our house: Round Lake and Pitchoff peak. Note: this section of the lake is only ice-free due to a winter bubbler used to protect the boathouse (off-image to the left).
4 thoughts on “Welcome to a world of snow!”
This looks like a wonderful program–such fun to experience real winter weather and life on a farm. Kids seem to be thrilled with the adventure. I am a proud grandmother–proud of Pingry and of my granddaughter Maile Winterbottom for venturing outside of her comfort zone.
Penelope and I really enjoyed the pictures and story lines from your blog posts! The terrain is so beautiful, and the food sounds delicious! Keep the pics coming!
Very interesting and great photos!! Having fun and the opportunity to learn new things are a excellent combination. ” Dr. Jones” is my daughter. Great job!
This looks like so much fun!!! What a great experience
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