Beaches: Timaru and Kaikoura

It’s fun to look through Esther’s memory card every so often. She gets some good pictures, and happily lets me use them. I often either forget I have a camera, or actually don’t have it along, so I’m glad when she takes pictures to fill in the gaps. Here are a few more pictures from the day we walked to the lighthouse near Timaru.

Little Miss was watching someone climbing the outside of the lighthouse. She held on to that apple all the way out there and most of the way back!07-DSCF1862

Gayle helping Mr. Imagination down the steep cliff below the lighthouse. They walked back along the shoreline.

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Enjoying the view from a bench in front of the lighthouse.

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Mr. Inventor, Mr. Imagination, and Mr. Intellectual trying out a hut someone else built out of driftwood.10-DSCF1911

Mr. Diligence, Mr. Inventor, and Mr. Intellectual on a rock north of Kaikoura.

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Mr. Imagination pondering something!13-DSCF1948

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About NZ Filbruns

A home-school family living in New Zealand, with a desire to share what Christ has done for us.
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2 Responses to Beaches: Timaru and Kaikoura

  1. C Smith says:

    Hi I am looking each day to see if you have put something up about your journey in life.can I ask what curriculum you use please for homeschooling? keep up the posts we love them.

    • NZ Filbruns says:

      We use CLE for Math and Language Arts. I use the Barton Reading and Spelling System as well, because we have some severe dyslexia to deal with. For Science we use Apologia, and history and geography is partly Sonlight curriculum and partly the books I’ve found to go with it.

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