Glorious Day Out!

Yesterday, we had a glorious day out at Oxburgh Hall with a whole bunch of other home educating families.

There was a chance to plant up sage cuttings in the kitchen garden:


consort with scarecrows:


roll down grassy banks:


hide in the Priest Hole:


pose in front of the hall:


pose on the roof of the hall:


and, erm, practice sprint starts on a small bridge:


Not forgetting to hunt for flowers for the May Flower Challenge, of course:


A lovely, sunshiney day 🙂

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11 thoughts on “Glorious Day Out!

  1. Looks like a fun day and a pretty place, will have to check it out too.

  2. boomiebol says:

    Looks like a fun sunny day

  3. Andria says:

    Looks like a fabulous home-schooling experience! Your boys are precious. And your flower photos are lovely!!

  4. What a great experience! I love that orange flower! By the way, your boys are precious. Thanks for much for playing along all month!

  5. Wow I love your photos! That is a very beautiful place. I love seeing history up close, or in others photos, LOL. The last photo of the calandula looks amazing, we have ours growing but got a late start, I can’t wait until they look as beautiful as those do. 😀 this post made me really happy today.

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