The last week of lessons was devoted to review and other activities. I had planned on doing a summer nature study that last week, but when we got to the trail, we found it was going to be much more of a late spring study. We had such a long cool spring with lots of rain; it seems summer has only just recently arrived. Anyway, there were lots of wild roses in bloom.
I tried to get a picture of the kids in front of some of them, but the mosquitoes were dive bombing poor T.
They loved exploring the lush undergrowth.
I couldn't believe how tall the Queen Anne's Lace was. The plants were like trees.
There was a variety plant growth along the trail. The sagebrush in that section was huge--taller than me.