Here are a few pics from the day...which made me pause to remember that the real world is a wonderful place to learn, discover, and wonder!
a staring contest with a periwinkle
We headed straight to lunch after the cove visit, so when we returned from recess, the primates revisited their sketches and shared with the whole group. Every entry was unique, personal, and followed the established journaling routine of including the date/time/tide/weather conditions. Here are a few:
This entry depicts a sewer drain the primates discovered, thanks to the low tide. It was covered in barnacles and periwinkles. I questioned this primate about writing, "very hot today"--since it was in the low 50s! She said the sun felt hot on her face. good observation and I love the heat radiating from the sun in those two swirls.
looking forward to our next trip!