|Biking through campus|
|Autumn comes to the Hundred Acre Woods|
|"What is he doing? Why is he sad?"|
|I expect to see Wild Things come dancing through|
|The playground near our apartment|
|Using the see-saw as a drawing table.|
|The step-stone path|
One of the best things about this campus is the abundance of nature. It is full of beautiful trees and lush green grass - you would never guess we are right on the edge of the desert! When we (I) want some quiet time in nature, we head to "The Hundred Acre Woods," a little grassy strip between some teacher houses and the campus wall. Here we dig in the dirt, play in the leaves, and watch the seasons change. Noisy trucks lumber by on the other side of the wall, but our side is peaceful and hidden. It is secluded enough that we hardly see anyone other than the man who waters the grass.
|The lake on campus|
|Summer in the Hundred Acre Woods|
|This summer we discovered apple trees!|
|Adalyn exploring nature|
Our backyard may not be private, but I realize Juliana is not missing that backyard experience at all. Instead she has an expansive backyard full of fun places to explore. And even better, every time she goes outside she finds new friends to play with!