Living History at Ft. Tejon

Friday, May 31st, 2002
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Be careful with that hammer Amy!

Eric, Wendy and Amy attended their annual Ft. Tejon living history overnight field trip.  This is a homeschool event that is organized by several of the parents in our group. This being their second year, things went smoothly, and they had a wonderful time living for 24 hours in 1850.  Eric ran the wood shop as the town carpenter.  Kathy, Emily, and Kelly joined the group for the evening camp fire.

Eric and Kathy were able to get away for a weekend (thanks to Kathy's mom and sister) to the annual Christian Home Educators Association convention in Santa Clara.  It was a good time of reinforcing our decision to home educate our daughters. We learned many new skills, and came home excited about teaching the girls what we learned.

Our homeschool drama group put on a performance of "Noah's Ark."  It was a grand production, and we had so much fun doing it.

Once again, Amy and Wendy were honored to be asked to join a choir ensemble that would meet throughout the summer.  

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Careful, I'm armed and dangerous!

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