What a beautiful Friday! After lunch, we took a walk through Georgetown and along the canal. We expected that the canal would be dry, so we were surprised to see plants growing and eventually, water.
Ellee - It looks like a very poison ivy valley.
Hadley - That could be what 's sucking up the water, that big plop of grass.
Ellee - Maybe this was overflowed with grass.
At several points along the canal, children made a wish and throw a small rock into the canal. When we spotted a duck, children wished that the duck had cleaner water to swim in and that all rivers could be clean. We also saw turtles and fish while on our journey. There was some speculation that we might see other creatures:
Hadley - If we see any chompers, we know it's a swamp.
Prater - It's a swamp.
Hadley- Crocodiles also live in a marsh.
Prater - I see a crocodile blinking! (Perhaps just ripples in the water, but who knows!)
We had a great time, walking and talking. As we headed for the school, Hadley said, "I'm tuckered out!" Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the slide show!
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