Garden Camp, in Photos

I know, I know… I already posted photos about how awesome our Green Thumbs Gardening Camp was.  We just finished our second week – this time in August – and had just as much (maybe even a little more) fun!  Stacy and I are already getting excited for next year.

In August, we get to reap what has been sown.  Instead of getting creative with salad, herbs and rhubarb for camp-harvested snacks, we feasted on rainbow home fries, kale chips, zucchini bread, flowers, greens, and plenty of pickles.  Beds cleared of spring crops were planted for students who will return in September.  We had another great field trip to Fifth Fence Farm.  And, of course, we played every day in the water and on the playground.  Check out our adventures, in photos, below:

The last of our pea harvest

The last of our pea harvest

Pulling pea pleants

Pulling pea plants

Flower pot art

Flower pot art

Watering ourselves, after watering the garden of course!

Watering ourselves, after watering the garden of course!

Sunflower fun, and felted beads and balls

Sunflower fun, and felted beads and balls

Fifth Fence Farm's newest flock

Fifth Fence Farm’s newest flock

Rainbow potato harvest

Rainbow potato harvest

Kale chips and home fries... mmmmm

Kale chips and home fries… mmmmm

Garden journaling

Garden journaling

Camp photo.  See you next year!

Camp photo. See you next year!

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One Response to Garden Camp, in Photos

  1. jolynnpowers says:

    Lovely photos and so much fun

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