The Richland Springs Report

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By Sue Ransom

think, but I may be imagining that the early morning breeze has autumn’s feel about it. The afternoons still belong to summer and I see no break in that for some time. Recess for the kids is short, but their little cheeks come in all flushed and reddened by the heat and exercise. Once the cooler weather gets here they will want to stay outside longer, but school work calls them into the class.

I have about 8 people coming on the Washington trip in May, but I would like to have at least two more boys. That would make a room full of Coyote boys. I already have a full room of girls with at least one adult left over. I like to be a little more selective this late in the trip because I want the kids in a given room to get along. This is a fast paced trip that keeps us running hard all day long. Even we adults have to keep up with the tour guides. So if you have an 11-13 year-old, give me a call.


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