"The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in
its net of wonder forever."—Jacques Cousteau

June 13-15 Cora's Visit

"Children are not a distraction from more important work, they are the most important work." –C.S. Lewis

This year Cora got to come stay on the boat first and we had a wonderful visit. She is such an entertaining, informative and creative little girl. She loves nature...she explores every seed, flower, leaf, stick and bug she can find. 

We had so many things to do and so little time, I’m sure she’ll need to come again to complete the list. Some of the things we did get to do this time was pick strawberries, paint rocks, make bracelets, have picnics, visit a waterfall, play at a playground, ride a new scooter, have lunch with a bear and play on the flybridge.
Cora loved her new pink scooter and she was instantly great on it.
Cora's pets for the evening...she made sure to put them back on the trees when we went back to the boat.
Did you know different trees sound different when you play them like a drum?
Picking strawberries at Indian Creek Farm. The flowers weren’t ready, so I guess that will be on the to do list for next time.
We had a picnic at Buttermilk Falls and played on their playground.
Sometimes just playing on the boat is the most fun.
We stopped for lunch at a cute little place in Dushore called the Jolly Trolly. All kinds of fun things for kids to look at.

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