A Homeschool Pioneer Story, Part X

An excerpt from Jeanne's next post:

"Almost exactly two years before our colonial field trip back East, we took a family trip to Ohio, New York and Washington D.C. We saw many historical sites like our colonial field trip, but with one great exception--we hadn't studied and lived the history behind those places the way we did for our colonial trip.

These two trips were like night and day--one was a nice trip, and one was an exciting adventure that we will always remember. 

That was also the difference between our first and second years of homeschooling--night and day.  
This year changed our homeschool lives forever."

To read more, go to Part X: "Closing Days".

For previous parts to the story:
Part VIX
Part VII
Part VI

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