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Field Trip: Lenni-Lenape and the Jersey Shore

One of the co-ops we are a part of took a field trip last month on a hot day down to Sandy Hook, NJ to learn about the native Lenape tribe who once lived in that area and what their ways of life entailed.  Our guide gave us a history lesson, showed some items as…… Continue reading Field Trip: Lenni-Lenape and the Jersey Shore

Anabaptism · anabaptist · books

Shalom Sistas – A Book to Make You Laugh and Cry

Everyone has a heavy heart these days.  With all the unrest of violence in the cities we hear about every single month, and possibly every single day for some, it is hard to feel a sense of peace or even find a moment where joy can take over. Osheta Moore has a really wonderful podcast…… Continue reading Shalom Sistas – A Book to Make You Laugh and Cry

family · homeschooling · vacation

Shriver House in Gettysburg, PA

On our way home from VA, We made a stop in Gettysburg, PA.  I had never been there before, though always heard various stories about its Civil War history.  I know of soldier accounts and the large battle that took place.  What I never heard, were accounts from those who were northern civilians who had…… Continue reading Shriver House in Gettysburg, PA

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Luray Caverns and Museums in Luray, VA

The Luray Caverns was discovered in the 1800s in Luray, VA.  This place was the biggest plan we had on our vacation because it not only has the incredible caverns, but also a Car museum, toy museum, gem mining and historical museum, and a garden maze.  We made sure to explore all of those things. …… Continue reading Luray Caverns and Museums in Luray, VA