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167Re: [KennebecCo-op] Fw: a sporting bicentenary

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  • Sandra Merrick
    May 13, 2009
      Yes, that sounds good, that sounds like fun.  Lydia also loves to go to State Library - that might be another fun place to explore together some day....
      Jamie and Hanna, what do you think?
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      From: Gilbert
      Sent: Wednesday, May 13, 2009 7:04 AM
      Subject: Re: [KennebecCo-op] Fw: a sporting bicentenary

      Glad you liked it. I thought it was interesting. Wild to think what the original guy suffered in meeting his goad. I wonder how the modern man will fare...
      We're on for tomorrow, if you are... We've got the car stuffed with things for the free store.
      PS. I just thought of something. Since we're homeschoolers, it's free to enter the Maine State Museum. We could pop on in since it's not far away. What do you think? Meet at the church then head off...?
      PPS. Lydia made quite an impression. Both girls' drawing styles have changed and grown since her class. Kudos to her!
      PPSS. I've been thinking of the museum. I say heck with them. Let's just go and we could do our own tour. I'm a member and I have free tickets. We could just make a day of it. It'd have to be a Tuesday as they're closed on Mondays.
      Marjorie Gilbert
      author of THE RETURN, a historical novel set in Georgian England
      www.marjoriegilbert .net
      http://historicalfi ctionbooks. ning.com/ profile/Marjorie Gilbert
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