Wordful Wednesday – Riley’s Farm

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I got to visit Riley’s Farm (living history farm) with Emma last week on a field trip.  We spent the day re-living the struggle for independence.  It was so fun to have history come alive with mock battles, hands-on stations and challenges designed as if we were living during the time of the Revolutionary War.

Riley's Farm

Riley's Farm

Riley's Farm

Riley's Farm

Riley's Farm

Riley's Farm

Riley's Farm

I adore living history museums.  Do you?

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PicMonkey Collage

For this week’s features we have a shot that dog lovers are going to adore, an image of Pine Island that is going to make you want to go on vacation, NOW, baby geese, and lastly, see what it’s like to run through a rainbow!


Comments

  1. 10

    says

    Looks like a wonderful day! I remember a similar field trip when my daughter was in 4th grade to St Augustine. It was a long day on a bus full of kids, but St Augustine was beautiful!

  2. 15

    says

    We have a few places like this around Michigan and even though I’ve been to them many times I still like going again and again. My kids… not so much.

  3. 17

    says

    My parents and 2 of my brothers do this. They get right into the roles. I think it’s great because it gives not only the kids, but adults perspective of what happened. It’s entertaining and educational. WIN

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