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Archive for August 17th, 2010

I got these photos of Flat Satori’s travels when we were on vacation in Wisconsin, and haven’t had a chance to post them to the blog. Here they are now!

Abingdon, Virginia

Satori first travelled to Abingdon, Virginia, where she explored the Virginia Creeper Trail.

The Virginia Creeper Trail links present day mountain biking and hiking enthusiasts with nature and history buffs as they travel along an old Indian path through some of southwest Virginia’s finest countryside and highest, most gorgeous mountain scenery.

Rome, NY

Next, she stayed with a family in New York, and visited a beautiful sunflower field in Rome, NY.

The first shovelful of dirt was dug for the Erie Canal in Rome, and Satori stood next to a real canal boat.

Here she is “firing” a cannon at us in Fort Stanwix.

Here she is with “Flat Shannon” in the Officer’s Quarters along with her host family.

Pompey’s Pillar in Montana

Flat Satori then took a long trip even further west than we are as she visited Pompey’s Pillar in central Montana.

Pompey’s Pillar was visited by William Clark on his return trip from the west coast on this day 204 years ago (July 25, 1806).

While there he carved his name and the date in the rock.

Stay tuned for her next three adventures. We already have photos of her in Albuquerque, New Mexico, as well as just hearing from her host family that she arrived safely in Idaho Falls, Idaho!

The family went camping this weekend, to watch the Perseids meteor shower. The campground is just across the road from our house.

In fact, we live in the distant hills in the background of this photo.

Satori playing a logic game.

We even had a little visitor, a flat traveller we are hosting for the week! We’ll be taking her and any new Flat Travellers we get this week, to the Rocky Mountain National Park. Which reminds me, I have to get photos of Flat Satori’s travels! I’ll do that next.

EDIT 2 days later:

For those who wanted to know more about the Logic game Satori played above, it is Kanoodle. Our family loves logic games, and this is truly pocket-sized so I can throw in my purse or even in a big pocket and pull out anywhere. The game says it’s designed for 7 years and up, but the first puzzles are easy enough for a four year old, and perhaps a bright 3 year old. The puzzles start out as 2D, but then they get harder, until you’re solving 3D puzzles. Entertaining even for an adult!