The day began with wind and heavy rain. Ryan asked for "something in a Thermos". Easy, his favourite, lentil soup. And we even had oyster crackers to snaz it up a bit. But minutes before the boys left for school the sky cleared, the sun shone brightly, and it turned into a windy almost 70F degree day. In December.
Ryan's lunch: a side of oyster crackers; checkered apple slice; carrots; pickles; sauteed mushrooms; black olives; cucumber slices; a Thermos of lentil soup.
And donations for the
school food drive: tri-
coloured pasta for AJ,
sugar cookies mix for
The high winds took
down some big trees
in the area...
We hike a lot of trails on Sudbury Valley Trustees conservation land, including woods behind our CSA. Check out this Chia rock I found today!
And here's a little froggy
...and not 2 feet from him was
this sneaky snake. I didn't
stick around to see if the frog
became its lunch.
territory. But it is still frequented by trail riders.
Thursday, December 3, 2009
Labels: bento, food, hike, kids, lunch, nature, soup, Sudbury Valley Trustees, Thermos, trails, vegan
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You're braver than me. When I see a snake and turn and run the other way. lol
Oops, I messed up on that comment. I meant to say "When I see a snake I turn and run the other way."
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