So to go along with our storying, we also made sock puppets and acted out the story. The goal was to practice the story and be able to share it with Hought and Gretch when they returned. The kids did great. Addy held the chariot's horse for us, Jesiah was Philip, Gweny was the angel and held the water for us, and I was the Ethiopian. They remembered quite a bit to be able to tell the story to their parents.
Several days after H & G returned, we packed up a bunch of camping gear we'd borrowed from friends, and went camping at a place that had come highly recommended to us. It was at the southern-most tip of Australia way out on a peninsula - a beautiful place called Wilson's Promontory. Here are some pictures from our 2 days spent there.
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