An easy guide to make birdwatching enjoyable for families with children of all ages – the perfect binocular setup!
Imagine a house filled with chairs, ladders, and step stools that instead of living at the table or nicely tucked away they are all precariously placed underfoot, at bookshelves, and sometimes even stacked upon each other. While some might think of this as a cruel joke or nightmare, let’s reframe it into something beautiful and […]
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Radio Flyer. The opinions and text are all mine. As a child, I remember roaming around my parents’ wooded backyard, enjoying nature and exploring what it had to offer. And then one day as I was digging in the dirt, I found an arrowhead. […]
While most people start flooding the area of Lexington and Concord in the Spring, our unit actually originally took us there at the beginning of January. While most of the buildings were closed like the visitors’ center that closes November through March or even some of the historic houses that you can tour, we still […]