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September 29, 2005

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terrilynn

What a terrific day. The school system here has canceled all out-of-county field trips for the time being due to gas prices, and the casualty for Liam's class was a farm. He was so bummed ("that's my favorite farm!")

Kirsty

Sounds like a cool trip - never thought of doing something like that. Now I'm wondering if there are any places over here that do that kind of thing. Living in the SE of England ('the Garden of England') we're surrounded by orchards on all sides.
By 'cider' I assume you mean apple juice, rather than what we Brits would call cider (fermented apple juice -hic-). That really would be a cool trip - for the adults!

Mquest

great picture

Karen

It's a VERY popular field trip for kids ages 4-7 around here. Such good, clean fun! All of the orchards around here welcome school buses -- it's certainly worth a call around.

On this side of the pond, "cider" just means strong apple juice -- we call the alcoholic stuff "hard cider." Hic indeed! ;-)

nina

There's Pete! I wondered when we'd get a photo of him. What a great day, indeed. It's about time for our trip to the pumpkin patch.

Karen

He's fully entrenched in "make a goofy face when you're in front of a camera" mode, so this was a rare occasion indeed.

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