art, family travel, Homeschool, online studies, photography

Vacation Pics from our Budding Photographer

Our grandson has always shown an interest in taking pictures. I can remember buying him his first little VTech camera (it was orange) when he was only a toddler. Since then, many different pocket cameras have come and gone. Some ate batteries so fast it was less expensive to purchase something new; others that decided they would prefer to keep…

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family travel, Homeschool, road trip, roadschooling, Travel Nevada

A Pre-Christmas Family Visit to Las Vegas – Part One

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had friends comment to me that they had never thought of Las Vegas as a family-friendly vacation spot. One, in particular, was amazed to see our vacation photos from Death Valley National Park and Red Rock Canyon. She is an avid hiker and had never thought of the southern Nevada area as…

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Elementary Homeschool Courses, Homeschool Parent Support, Homeschool Planners, Middle School Homeschool Courses, Online Classes, Online Electives, Rightnow Media, Review

This post contains affiliate links. 2018 is shaping up to be an exciting year. I recently joined The Old Schoolhouse Homeschool Review Crew where I will get to try out homeschool products and share my thoughts about them with you. I rely on reviews by other homeschool moms when I am considering new purchases so I’m happy to have this…

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Chritmas, Clark County Museum, heritage, Las Vegas, Throwback Thursday, Travel Nevada, vintage

Throwback Thursday: A Village of Christmas Past at the Clark County Museum

I have a tree just like this at home We’re heading home for Christmas now from our road trip to Las Vegas and Boulder City and starting to see snow on the mountain tops and on the sides of the road. This does NOT make me a happy camper.  No, although I was born in Calgary, Alberta, in the Foothills of…

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