This is what you get when you ask a 12-year-old boy to pose for a photograph. Christian suddenly became transfixed by a mural.
Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan
The Anishinabemowin language “expresses [Anishinabe] philosophy and relationships with all of Creation.”
Native Americans collected sugar maple sap in birchbark pouches. Slightly different than the tin pails seen nowadays in our area.
Several families from our local home education group gathered to visit for a kindly-reduced group rate.
This arrowhead display reminded me of an arrowhead found [I think] in the backyard of my childhood home.
Mom, do you still have that arrowhead? Was there more than one? Sadly, my memory is as fuzzy as these photos. Who found the arrowhead? Or was it purchased from some cheap gift shop, and my mind simply fashioned a more exciting origin for it??