On one day we drove to the Greenwich dunes part of the National Park, did a couple of interpretation activities in the visitor centre and signed up for the explorers booklet, then did a short bike ride on a trail in the area. Pizza (all the boys) and lobster roll (mama) for lunch out and then went to the Dalvay area. The activities were a little easier than at Fundy National Park so the boys were able to complete the booklet and then meet up with an interpreter to be "awarded" their explorer tags
|A few adjustments.|
|They had to talk through the activities they had completed and tell the Park man what they had learned before getting their explorer tags. Very sweet.|
Another short trip on a different day took the boys out on a search to find Siobhan after she had walked as far as she could along the beach. Afterwards we went to the East Point Lighthouse and had a wander around and a snack lunch there.
|In the lighthouse. Siobhan didn't go up- lighthouses just bring back painful memories of GCSE Maths coursework.|
|Don't know where this was and I wasn't there but it looks like a great climbing tree for wee kids!|
|Help! Rescue me!|
And just one final one of this sweetheart. So happy and easy going.