October 27, 2021 | Kate Streelman
Last Friday, the Kindergarten and First Grade went on their first ever Hudson Hike! It was a beautiful day for a hike. We started the day with a bus ride, keeping our eyes open for the Great Grey Bridge and the Little Red Lighthouse.
After arriving at the hike, we sat down for snack and saw the most amazing sight- a bald eagle! It flew overhead and perched in a tree. We watched it as we ate our snack and prepared for our hike. Later, it ate its own snack: a fish!
On the hike, we got to search for worms, check out mushrooms and plants, go on scrambles and see the (underwater) beaches.
The Hudson Hike requires stamina for walking, bravery for scrambling, and curiosity for exploring and the first graders thrived in these areas!
If you want to see more, check out the Seesaw posts from that day or flip through the slideshow below!