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July 7, 2011

Cow Camp

I'm happily spending the day in Windsor today, teaching a workshop on blogging to approximately 50 kids at "Cow Camp".  Cow Camp is an annual event put on by the California Holstein Association and a number of volunteers, for the Juniors within the club. 















After the workshop, there will be a Cow Camp blog ready for viewing, complete with 50 new authors, all sharing stories about their farm animals, showing at the fair and their experiences in agriculture, in their own words. 

Update will be coming soon!

*I haven't had the time to visit and comment on some of my favorite blogs I like to visit because of getting ready for this workshop, but I'll be back soon to see you:)


Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to leave a comment, I love to hear from you!. Have a fantastic day!

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9 comments:

Leontien said...

oh wow that sounds great! Wish they had that here!

Thanks for sharing
Leontien

Darlene Lopes said...

Hope all you cow campers are having a great time! Can't wait to see what you all have created.

Reena said...

How fun to teach these young ones! Great writing experience!

DeanO said...

Cow camp in Windsor...how cool is that :)

Kelly M. Rivard said...

I had such a blast presenting at the Cow Camp today, and managed to learn a lot from the kids themselves, as well as the fantastic parents involved. I also had the opportunity to cruise some of the sessions after-lunch sessions, before I left; great experience!

It was great to see you today!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I think my 4 year old would like to go to cow camp!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

Cow camp sounds awesome. I love that there are so many stories.

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

COW CAMP !!! i would LOVE going to that...sounds like FUN !!!

happy to stop by today, my friend

kary and teddy from SLO

xx

Pat Tillett said...

That sounds really great. So very nice of you to volunteer to do it!