30 Day of Biking Day 10: A day with my son

One of the beautiful things about homeschooling is spending your day with your offspring. Mine happens to be a 9-year-old boy. Wednesday, we  got up early to help with a hike at Eagle Marsh. We were supposed to help with a group of preschoolers. Shortly after we got there, a thunderstorm hit, so there was no hike, at least not yet. 

Liz, the education director at Eagle Marsh, had a seed program set up for the kids, and my son took pictures.

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Eventually, the rain cleared and the kids got to hike.

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The hike was really short, less than 15 minutes.

After the kids were loaded back on their bus, my son and I walked back to our bus. We rode to the downtown library, where he had a writing workshop. He worked on found poetry and a story. Then, it was home to ride bicycles. We got out our bikes and rode around the neighborhood for about a half-hour. Then a thunderstorm moved through and with it continual showers. That was my bike ride for 30 Days of Biking — a short ride around the neighborhood.

More rain is in Thursday’s forecast, which also happens to be the day of the home opener for our local Single A minor league baseball team — the TinCaps.

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About bluelawscribe

I am a runner who doesn't eat meat. We went from September 2012 to March 2015 without owning a car. I haven't purposely eaten meat since 1998 and haven't eaten any dairy since January 2012.
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