Amelia Island

We spent the bulk of last week on Amelia Island, specifically Fernandina Beach. Essentially, it’s the first little beach you run into when you cross the Georgia/Florida state line on I-95. It’s a delightful little town with shops and restaurants, and when we were there, it wasn’t crowded at all. I know you just want […]

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Pirates and Alligators

While Chuck was busy with work stuff, the boys and I spent time with another homeschooling family who also tagged along on the trip to Florida. We took the kiddos to the Pirate & Treasure Museum one afternoon, and then we went on our own to the Alligator Farm. The boys were wildly excited about […]

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The Beach and Crabs

We arrived in St. Augustine on Monday evening, just as the sun was starting to set. It had been a long day of driving. We were hungry and needed to check in to the hotel, but the boys had never seen the ocean and we didn’t want them to wait another second. Jeremy ran straight […]

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Vacation with School

We experienced the freedom of homeschooling this past week as we packed our books and tagged along with Chuck on a training trip to Florida. Prior to last Monday night, the boys had never seen the ocean or felt sand beneath their feet. Since homeschool attendance has no limits on geographic location, we couldn’t resist. […]

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