First Field Trip!

So today was my daughter’s first school field trip. She’s in pre-school, and they went tide pooling.

Don’t know what tide pooling is? Well, here you go: http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-tidepooling.htm

Rocky coastlines create the conditions for tidepooling, with depressions in the rock forming pools which hold seawater after the ocean recedes, allowing animals to survive until the rising tide floods the area again. Each of these pools can form a microcosm of life, hosting incredibly diverse creatures and seaweed. Tidepooling can be fun for people of all ages, as a number of interesting creatures including limpets, mussels, young crustaceans like crabs, sea anemones, starfish, barnacles, urchins, sea cucumbers, and chitons can be found in tidepools.

She was very excited about it… dragged me out of bed at 7 am. Yay?

It was also very exciting for me, personally, since it was her first field trip ever (she’s 5).

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