Little Things Thursday (Serenbe Part 2)

Earlier this week I shared part of our family day outing at Serenbe. I had so many photographs to share that I decided do two posts.

Continuing on… After lunch at The Blue Daisy, we hit the trails and found a tree house in the woods. The boys went for a climb and so did I.

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Serenbe

We explored a bit more and attempted to find a geocache in the area that my husband found on his geocaching app thingy. We didn’t find it. We think it was swept away in recent flooding since the clue would have had it by the edge of a stream.

Thwarted, we decided to walk back to the farm area and making pit stops along the way.

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We found someone’s art project. 

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Serenbe

Serenbe

All this one cared about was this sweet little goat called Izzy, so we had to make one more visit on our way out. Izzy was really friendly and loveable… and tried to eat my camera bag.

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Serenbe

I grabbed one last image on the way out, mottled light and all. It was a family Saturday well spent. I highly recommend a visit if you are ever in the area. Spring and summer afford a lovely little CSA and farmer’s market with fruits and veg grown on location. Check out the details.

How was your week?


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Serenbe Part 1

And I think to myself, what a wonderful world…

This year I’m on a quest to recreate more.  It seems that duty of life can take all of life if one is not careful. And I’m often not careful to guard my own tank.

As a creative, I am seeing more and more that recreation is one of the timbers in the fire of art. So, we scooped up the kids on Saturday and headed to Serenbe.

Serenbe

Serenbe is a small community in the Chattahoochee Foothills where farm, eco-living meets creative arts. I guess. I’m not sure how to describe it. You have to experience it.

At The Farmhouse and Inn we found an in-ground trampoline where we stopped for a jump before heading to see the animals.

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We found some gorgeous hens and roosters.

And then the goats came out of their pens for a visit. Yep, some are just roaming around to the delight of my kids! No pun intended.

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Serenbe

Everyone now wants goats.

This old gal showed up to butt in.

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Serenbe

We found a couple llamas. This guy/girl, was pretty aloof and kept giving us the side-eye. But…we weren’t put off.

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Serenbe

Hey, ya got a little something in your teeth.

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As we continued on, we stumbled upon an awesome rock maze. After achieving victory, I had them all pose for their album cover.

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We headed off to the next part of Serenbe just a short walk down the dirt road. I’ll share about that next time!

This January day in Georgia was good to us.

Linking with Random-osity, Songography, Black and White Wednesday.

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Gracyn, 6th Grader

I’m finally getting around to editing and posting my girl’s beginning of middle school…those two words send shivers up my spine.  Remember those days? Thankfully, I think homeschooling helps us dodge some of the fray of the early pre-teen years.  I’m glad that Gracyn can just still be a nature loving little girl for a little longer.

 This one is just a snapshot, but it captures what she loves.  She was thrilled to feed this calf any weeds she could pull out of the ground.

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