tall ship

We started our day by going to Pinckney Island to look at the animals and try some hiking with our new walking sticks.  On the way I started reading Charles Darwin’s  biography.

Then we showed Michael the tall ships on the way back into town.  Tip –  for next year go Sunday after 5pm when they take down the barricades, save $75.

We saw the rest of the boats and the new favorite was the Picton Castle – where I heard this….

Yep, I’m sold were sailing around the world on that tall ship!!

That’s what McKenzey and Michael said together to me and Belle – Not on my short list or heck it’s not even on my list, maybe on a huge yacht – with maids, cooks, a crew to take care of me – you know the works, after I win the lottery – Oh yea You have to play to win – oh well! Dream big or go home!!

Here the link if you are interested in sailing around the world – we did find out you have to be 16 years old for the short trips and 18 for the long trips….

www.picton-castle.com

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Follow our crazy journey across America as we visit roadside oddities, historical land marks and beautiful landscapes. I have ton of ideas and review educational products that will help you get the most on your home school adventure. We are an Unschool family that believes the world is our classroom and is teaching our children to self direct their education to a better future.

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    • Thanks, we try to have fun everyday – that’s what learning is all about. Load all your pictures into wordpress – click another tab at top – gallary tab will show up – click on gallary tab – scroll to the bottom hit slide show – it’s that easy – good luck!