I've been all over Instagram and my DSLR camera is in need of a good cleaning! I promise I'll return to it, right now my iphone camera is part of how I'm living. It's really fun to take things as they come and explore along the way, to lazily take on these days and decide what we are going to do at noon!
One of our favorite things we did this summer was visit Riverside, Farnsley-Moreman Landing. I had never heard about this place, but came across it on Amazon local and bought a tour. It was the neatest historical place we have visited, ever. I had goose bumps the entire time we were there because it was like going back in time!
Unlike most historical places we have been to, we were able to walk throughout the house, no roped off doorways. We were able to touch many items, very old items. It was more educational for the kids since they were allowed to touch the rough fabric of a pair of pants or the wire netting that went under a dress. They felt the texture of the carpets, touched the blanket that was woven to replicate a blanket on display, that was woven by a slave at the plantation.