Drumlin Farm Field Trip with ClaraJane

Thursday,  June 16th 2016

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With Victor & CJ @ Drumlin Farm

 

 

As we careen wildly toward the  looming End-of-School-Year, today I got to chaperone with a shit ton of these little Children’s House Montessori students.  Happily, my charges were primarily ClaraJane and Victor who together are “like cousins.”

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After chickens,  eggs,  chick’s,  cows, pony, wild chipmunks and a barnyard cat comes the HAY RIDE (although vine to find out it’s actually *straw*).

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The inestimable Ms. Mayya + Co.

 

Then after a tour of the potable  (“kitchen”) garden, we make BUTTER!

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hand made butter

 

Who knew it was so easy.
1) heavy cream in a closed jar
2) shake until it’s whipped cream
3) *keep* shaking until it suddenly separates into skim milk and butter!
4) spread butter on cracker
5) enjoy!

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CJ the butter enthusiast, enjoying her butter.

Then inside to brush and twirl real wool into yarn, and visit the sheep from whom it came, before bus ride home.

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(this is not the bus ride home)

 

Thank you Friends of Tobin!

Thank you Children’s House!

Great trip!

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One Response to Drumlin Farm Field Trip with ClaraJane

  1. Baba/Bubble Wow says:

    I remember the “hay vs straw” lecture. Sorry I missed the BUTTER! Chaperoning a field trip is always so much fun.

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