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How can you make two women happy and still have a great time?

I did it again, I gave my Daughter and Daughter in law a break.    I picked up my 3 year old granddaughter and my 4 year old grandson.  We went to the Fullersburg Woods Visitor Center and learned how to identify wild animal tracks. We also saw the reconstructed remains of a 13,000-year-old DuPage County woolly mammoth.



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Grace found a fuzzy friend

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and petted him

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They explored with magnifiers

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The kids love to climb up in the bird's nest

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and pretend they are birds.

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Grace peeks out of the nest.

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They had a bed of Silly Putty

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They made prints of many animals, including

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humans. (Michael made a gym shoe print)

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We tried to assemble a wooden skeleton of a 

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Woolly Mammoth,but we had too many hands

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We saw 2 big long snakes!

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Michael and Grace hugged when we left, and Grace went up for her nap.


Other Grandpa Outings

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Fullersburg Woods 3/17/05

Audrey Week 3  3/11/05

DuPage Children's Museum 2/24/05

Willow Brook Wildlife Preserve. 6/13/05

Owl Pellets 11/11/05


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