Yesterday Kai’s grandpa, Earl, came to Puddletown with his marvelous collection of rocks. He shared fossils, geodes, petrified wood, and more. We heard about where he and his family found some of the rocks and learned that the geode, also known as a thunder egg, is the Oregon state rock. At the end of his visit, he gave us 2 big bins of rocks to keep at Puddletown. Many hugs were exchanged. Thanks Earl!!
The children are excited for many of their parents to get together this weekend to support Puddletown at the second annual Puddletown Hall. They have been decorating coffee and flour bags, grinding wheat berries and coffee beans, and churning butter. Some children have been working on sewing projects and book making that they plan to donate to the fundraiser. We look forward to seeing many of you there!