Wednesday, May 15, 2019

 Dumas Bay Beach at an amazing -3 low tide on a beautiful day. It was amazing what we saw.

 Sand dollars alive and dead


 Clam shells, crab shells, moon snail shells, hermit crabs.

 Pieces of big crabs



 Seaweed and kelp






 Sea centipedes

 Sea anemones
 Spider crabs
 Moon snail egg rings

 Driftwood
 Barnacles


Tuesday, May 7, 2019

 We made balloon rockets and made many discoveries about the science of rocketry. We discovered our rockets needed thrust to go, a straight trajectory to follow, and the pressure exuded inside the balloon that comes out and creates that thrust when we release the end of the balloon. On top of all the science, it was really great fun!





Tuesday, April 16, 2019

 Of Cedar and Salmon has been a two day immersion into the culture of the Pacific North West 1st Nations. We have heard stories, touched pelts, made a headband and a mask, screen printed t-shirts, explored museum boxes, and learned a dance to perform at the potlatch. So many pictures, but it was worth documenting. We are all looking forward to the potlatch tonight. Pictures of Bumblebees and Ms. Mimi courtesy of Joy Maeng.



















 Dumas Bay Beach at an amazing -3 low tide on a beautiful day. It was amazing what we saw.  Sand dollars alive and dead  Cl...