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CONTEST: Markham Fair 2017


     Can you smell it?  Whatever “it” may be for you, it is coming and it’s in the air!  For me, it is the blooming onion!  For my girls, it’s the furry little farm animals and for Hip Teacher Dada, it’s the pies and other delectable treats! 153 more words

Animal lovers

We found out on Friday that there was going to be a neighborhood picnic this evening just a block and a half from our house. One of the two churches that flank the elementary school hosted it, and I wasn’t sure what to expect but it turned out to be a lot of fun. 244 more words

Family Fun


After spending all of my time away from home these past few months, I’ve really missed the quiet and calm of the countryside. Walking around our yard and down the street, I see all of the changes that have come about since I left: new flowers that have bloomed, a pile of birch trees moved to the side of the road after falling in the recent storms, the pond teeming with frogs, the thimbleberries that have begun to shrink and shrivel away. 570 more words

Hay There

I apologize for the lack of a postcard last week Thursday. Mr. C. Cow has been taking typing lessons and spend the entire day practicing. He’s trying to get his “words per minute” speed up from three to ten. 386 more words

Second Life

Eureka Zoo a Delightful Surprise

I enjoyed learning more about Eureka, California on my last visit to Humboldt County. My friend teaches at a school near the zoo, so after we dropped some supplies off at her classroom we circled back to Sequoia Park Zoo. 101 more words

United States Of America

Safari Edventure & Walters 

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We heard about Safari Edventure and decided to check it out! This was definitely a really really cool experience. 241 more words


Oh What A Circus

It is summer in Britain, and everything smells of impatience and Lynx. Well, nearly everything: by a broken fence next to a violent East Anglian petting zoo, the Goat Bag Man still smells faintly of paraffin. 1,067 more words

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