RVCC – Get Energy Wise

We’ve got sun, wind, and water, let’s Get Energy Wise!  That was the theme for this week’s nature trip.  At the Rouge Valley Conservation Centre we took at academic approach to learning about how to conserve energy in their curriculum based programs.

At the lookout, checking on the progress of the changing colours of the leaves.  No doubt my favourite part of fall.

Guess I’m not the only one.

Nature, untouched.

Thanks mom, this is the best gym class ever!


Man’s fingerprint in nature.


What’s that?  A slug.  Hakunna Matata!


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