Other Homeschool Experiences
Cutting into it is so sticky, you need to oil the knife and your hands
Inside it is beautiful
Woops - she forgot to put oil on her hands!
Yucca, ready to eat. It tastes like bananas, pineapple
strawberries, and peaches, all in one bite. Yum!
The floating girl
Huichol Yarn Art
Huichol Bead Art
Traditional Flamenco Statue
Shandro & Matero checking out a war ship
Matero telling me about the search and rescue boat
Cut away view
Matero and the petroglyphs. We did rubbings
of the glyphs when we were there.
A cross dating back to about 300 BC representing
the four directions.
Another Tecoxquines Petroglyph, over 2000 years old
This is the web of a Funnel Web Spider that we saw on the petroglyph hike.
Two interesting trees on the walk: Papelillo trees (commonly known as
Gringo trees because of their red peeling bark)
and Kapok trees (we call them chocolate chip trees)
and a papaya tree
using acrylic paints
Saving a Sea Urchin with Kyle and Christina
Up close they are very spiney
Home in a tidal exchange pool with his friends
The ups and downs of sailing
Sailing with some friends aboard Kenta Anae
Sailing Fluenta's little sailing dinghy, no grown-ups allowed!
Tortilla Fish, which the locals cook whole including
the bones, for a nice crunchy snack ...
Night fishing with Ella
... and no photo of the first fish that Matero ever speared, but he was excited!
Cutting it to keep the edible parts.
Beating it - in Greece where squid are eaten often, they throw them on the dock 100 times to soften the meat so it can be eaten. So that's what we did.
Cooking the squid.
Calamari - Yum!
Diving off Breeze, right in Marina La Cruz
Swimming at the pool ...
... and snorkling.
Swinging on the halyards
Ella and Shandro swinging and loving it!
We are raising money for the orphanage by selling smoothies.
We organized a party for the kids for King's Day. They are breaking piniatas.
Shandro putting on the harness and equipment.
Going up the mast.
Matero winches his brother up the mast while Dad tails.
Mom's view of Shandro.
Shandro's view of the marina.