Book 5: A Stone’s Throw

Flames from Fish Boil OverboilTo most people, Wisconsin’s Door County doesn’t go beyond the peninsula. Did you know, though, that the Door in Door County comes from the narrow water passage called Death’s Door? Grandpa Mike explains how the open waters of Lake Michigan to the east and Green Bay to the west crash into each other here. Stormy weather makes this stretch of water particularly dangerous. Seven-year-old Mallory searches in vain for a floating door in the water as the ferry makes its way to Washington Island. His twin sister Melody is more interested in islands. 

Our main focus of BioFables is on illuminating STEM principles through entertaining stories. However, we need to emphasize that STEM knowledge and, especially, applying STEM  in the real world require a balancing Humanities perspective. Science and Humanities represent the two sides of practical human learning, left-brain (analytical) and right-brain (creative).

This is why we are building several tools to help you determine the value of each BioFables book’s STEM, Humanities and Values content in selecting which BioFables books to give to your young readers:

    • Table of all STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Knowledge Gateways, Subjects and Topics
    • Table of all Humanities Knowledge Gateways, Subjects and Topics
    • Table of Values
    • Table of STEM and Humanities learning topics by Chapter

The first table presents a summary of all the STEM  Knowledge Gateways (or branches, if you prefer), Subjects and Topics occuring in A Stone’s Throw. This will give you an overvew of the entire book’s STEM lessons that are woven into the A Stone’s Throw story.

The second and third tables provide the same information for the Humanities  and Values lessons.

The table of STEM and Humanities places the combined learning topics into the specific chapter where it occurs.

We’re in the process of updating each book’s topic reference tables. The table shows the breadth of each book’s content, identified by chapter. Subjects and topics of the middle column appear in  bold, followed by abbreviated versions of their Knowledge Gateway(s) in parentheses. The table should be helpful in discussing each book as your children progress through the chapters. Follow the links for further investigation. Child-friendly sites appear in orange.

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Please be aware that subjects and topics are unique to each book, so the following outlines do not reflect a complete list of subjects and topics within any category.

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Science ContentBook 5: A Stone’s Throw

Branches and sub-branches in Book 5:
  • Biology: Plants; Animals; People
  • Chemistry: Function; Mix of structure and function
  • Physics: Mechanics; Optics; Heat and Temperature; Gravity
  • Earth, Space Science: Astronomy; Geography; Geology; Environment
  • Math: Arithmetic; Estimating; Statistics
  • Technology: Physics (Mechanics; Optics)
  • Engineering: Architecture (Physics; Math); Data transmission (Physics; Earth, Space Science; Math); Complex Systems: International Space Station  (Physics; Earth, Space Science; Math )

Specific subjects and topics appear in the right column, next to their respective branches and sub-branches.

BRANCHES/SUB-BRANCHES DEFINITIONS, SUBJECTS AND TOPICS
BIOLOGY Life and living things
Plants Food crops: Rutabaga, potatoes
Cultivated flowers: lavender
Animals Animal habitats; bird sanctuary
People Extremophile traitQuick healing
CHEMISTRY Substances, their structure, behavior, interactions
Function pH: Acidic conditions
Mix of structure and function Don’t want your liquid (non-food) to boil over? Use boiling chips!
Oil and water don’t mix – or do they?
Molecules Water density: how much salt did you add?
PHYSICS Properties and nature of matter and energy
Mechanics Stones don’t walk on water, but they can skip
Speed up air, water movement by narrowing outlets (Bernoulli’s Principle)
Optics How do lighthouse lights shine so far? Fresnel lenses
Light reflections on water move as you move
Gravity What makes you fall down, not up
EARTH, SPACE SCIENCE Related to planet Earth and beyond
Astronomy Look up to the night sky: Northern Lights; International Space Station
Geography Continents, countries, oceans and other waters, and their features
    Locations Door County: Washington Island, Rock Island
Geology Earth’s physical structure, substance, history, processes
     Groundwater Underground springs
Environment  Physical, chemical and biological conditions that  impact people, animals, plants and microbes
     Erosion
Natural, human impact
     Habitats Preservation and restoration
     Wind Direction the wind blows makes a difference
     Seasons Day length
MATH Numbers, quantities and analysis
Arithmetic Counting
Estimating A way to figure out the middle of an odd shape
Statistics Collect facts or numbers, then use different kinds of arithmetic to analyze them and explain why your idea is right or wrong
TECHNOLOGY Tools (products) and techniques using science
Physics: Mechanics Water pumps: valuable tools for reaching underground water for above-ground use
Buoys: floating markers that show location of dangerous underwater hazards
Physics: Optics Fresnel lenses save lives by shining farther out in the water than simple magnifying glass can reach
ENGINEERING Application of technology
Architecture  (Physics, Math)
Stavkirche (Stave Church) has unusual multiple roof levels
Data transmission (Physics; Earth, Space Science; Math) Some buoys do more than mark hazards: monitor weather, send information they collect to satellites and land-based receivers
Complex systems (Physics; Earth, Space Science; Math ) The International Space Station combines lots of technology for lots of different purposes

A Stone’s Throw Humanities Content

Humanities Branches and sub-branches in A Stone’s Throw:
  • Society: Social Relationships; Family Relationships; Government; Traditions
  • Language: Sounds and Spelling; Word Derivations; Traditional Sayings; Classic Literature
  • History: Locations; Objects/Processes; People
  • Arts: Writing; Play on Words; Drawing; Singing, Music; Creating, Building Things
  • Life Skills: Organizing; Technology in its Place; First Aid; Food; Memory Aids
  • Work/Careers; Role Models:Wellness Guide; Chemist; Air Force Pilot (Retired); Innkeeper; Volunteer Docent; Weather Researcher, Monitor
A Stone’s Throw TABLE 2: Humanities Content
BRANCHES/SUB-BRANCHES DEFINITIONS, SUBJECTS AND TOPICS
SOCIETY Community, Culture and People
Social Relationships Rufus attracts new (human) friends; the Maloneys enjoy his friends, too
New friends share food and Death’s Door history at multi-family picnic
Staying in touch with new friends, enjoying family games
Family Relationships
No dessert for Mallory, who was just acting like a typical 7-year-old
Everyone learns a different side of Dad as he tells his “overboil” story
Government Bird sanctuary’s Land Trust is joined by school children planting native trees and bushes
NOAA (pronounced like Noah, who built the ark); National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Local regulations prohibit removal of natural items found on public land
Traditions Wow! greets the fish boil’s grand finale “overboil”
LANGUAGE Means of communication
Sounds and Spelling Fresnel lens (French) pronounced fre-nel
Don’t confuse Pottawatomie Lighthouse with Potawatomi Native Americans
Buoy: pronounced boo-eee (Dutch, German, Spanish)
Word Derivations Port des Morts (French): Death’s Door in Door County, Wisconsin
Docent: Teacher (Latin, later German)
Stavkircke (Norwegian) Stave Church
Traditional Sayings “Time and tide wait for no man” (or, no one)
“A watched pot never boils”
Classic Literature “Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink”
HISTORY Information about the past
Locations French explorers to Door County learned the hard way how high winds and big waves can sink ships in narrow passages vs. open waters
Native Americans lived on Little Lake on Washington Island more than 3,000 years ago; learn how the lake was formed
Wisconsin’s oldest lighthouse: Pottawatomie, on Rock Island
Early settlers on Rock Island from Iceland found soil so poor that they could only grow rutabaga
Rock Island’s stone boathouse is built in the manner of Reykjavik’s parliament building
Washington Island’s Stavkirke replicates medieval-design Norwegian wooden churches using lots of layers and levels
Mallory is fascinated by Washington Island’s Maritime Museum and daydreams about Death’s Door
The Historic Island Dairy boasts an art gallery, history exhibits; lavender from its fields is made into jams, vinegars, and even doggie bath (hmm,will Rufus like it?)
Objects/Processes Fresnel lens, used in lighthouses and magnifiers, was invented by French physicist
People Melody is compared to Nurse Florence Nightingale
ARTS Creative skills and their expression
Writing Writing new words to familiar tunes
Play on Words Chairs made of rock but aren’t rocking chairs
Make sure water is deep enough for a “cannonball” dive; don’t hit bottom with your bottom
Whoever climbs down, must also climb back up
A small rock was Grandpa’s downfall but Mallory observes that Grandpa did not fall down
Nature preserve reminds Mallory of food (fruit preserves)
“Ready to drive off into the sunrise?” Mom asks at dawn
Loch Ness monster? “Sounds pretty fishy to me,” Dad says
Drawing Melody tries drawing the Stavkirke the family visited
Singing Singing new words to On Top of Old Smoky and When Irish Eyes are Smiling
Creating, Building Thigs Visitors to Schoolhouse Beach enjoy rock creations left by earlier visitors
LIFE SKILLS Practical abilities for attending to everyday needs
Organizing Grandpa orchestrates an orderly dinner sharing/tasting
Technology in its Place Lights from beacons, lighthouses , even buildings can serve as visual compasses and even GPS
First aid Is it a broken bone, or a bad sprain?
Wet towels can keep a sprain’s swelling down
Food Why shake an oil-and-vinegar salad dressing?
Memory aids Drawing, writing notes to yourself
WORK, CAREERS Productive activity to earn an income or give back to society
Wellness Guide Mom’s attention to her family’s healthy eating is an extension of her work
Chemist Dad describes his own “boilover” experience at a school lab
Air Force Pilot (retired) Grandpa makes use of skills developed from several careers
Innkeeper The family appreciates Tom and Karen’s third-generation hospitality
Volunteer Docent Volunteer docents (tour guides) Louise and Brian
Weather Researcher, Monitor Ms. Kate is part of a NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric team
Values Branches and sub-branches in A Stone’s Throw:
  • Morals/Ethics: Honesty/Truth
  • Emotions: Self-Centeredness; Concern for Others; Impetuousness; Sharing Personal Stories; Disappointment
  • Mind:Reasoning; Music, Arts Appreciation; Ambition; Visualization; Organization
  • Body: Healing Ability; Balance/Stability
  • Learning/Knowledge/Skills: Exploration, Observation, Discovery; Analytical Thinking; Sharing, Eliciting Knowledge; Acquiring Knowledge
  • People: Parental Responsibility; Friendly Manner; Respect, Gratitude; Helpfulness; Generosity; Concern for Others
  • Planet: First Visit to Natural Sites; Enjoying Nature “Naturally”; Appreciation for Nature’s Beauty; Observing Geophysical Events; Protection, Preservation; Respect for Animals; Insights into Animal Behavior
A Stone’s Throw TABLE 3: Values/Behavior Content

 

BRANCHES/SUB-BRANCHES DEFINITIONS; SUBJECTS AND TOPICS
MORALS/ETHICS
Internal character, beliefs
Honesty/Truth Game players trade score sheets, trusting in the honor system
EMOTIONS Feelings, sentiment, intuition
Self-Centeredness “What’s for supper?” Mallory asks when lighthouse docents arrange for overnight stay when Grandpa injures his ankle
Mallory feels sorry for himself when Mom scolds him for his disobedience instead of worrying if he was hurt
Concern for Others Grandpa’s accident helped reveal to him Melody’s healing powers, but decides not to say anything yet
Impetuousness Mallory’s attempt to “ride the wave” on the ferry ride back doesn’t end well
Sharing Personal Stories Dad says the “overboil” reminds him of a laboratory overboil he mistakenly caused at school
Disappointment Grandpa regrets not taking his son fishing more often when he was growing up
MIND Rational, theoretical, analytical thinking
Reasoning Melody wonders how rocks could be hard and soft at the same time
Mallory figures out that if salt makes water more dense, the fish oil is less dense
Music, Arts Appreciation Lighthouse docents sing a song they’ve written in honor of Grandpa
Grandpa sings a song he composed as a thanks and goodby to the lighthouse docents
The Stavkirk building has special appeal for Grandpa
Melody sketches the layered roof of the Stave Church
Ambition Mallory wishes there was more time to learn about Icelandic explorer Thordarson
Visualization Mallory overhears divers talking, imagines pirates and sunken treasure
Mallory daydreams about sailors and their boats during dangerous storms
Organization Mom suggests marking the places to visit and Dad suggests working backwards from the fish boil site
BODY
Health, bodily strengh and movement
Healing Ability Melody’s cool hands seem to pull the heat from Grandpa’s sprained ankle
Brian thinks Melody has a special healing touch
The twins think that Dad may be an extremophile, too
Balance/Stability Mallory says his walk along the edge of a long lighthouse pier was the best he ever took
LEARNING/KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS
Pursuit and acquisition of understanding, wisdom, capabilities
Exploration, Observation, Discovery Grandpa says our brains are more active when we use our own senses rather than relying on GPS, other apps
The twins learn how to use a compass to find the direction of the setting sun
Analytical Thinking Mr. Tom’s map helps Melody and Mallory both figure out how far you can be from water on Washington Island
Sharing, Eliciting Knowledge Grandpa explains with questions why so many ships sunk in Death’s Door
Louise, a volunteer docent at the Rock Island Lighthouse explains lighthouse functions
The lighthouse docents point out the International Space Station in the darkened sky
Acquiring Knowledge Learning about lavender, potatoes and more at Washington Island’s historic Dairy
A NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) buoy on the ferry trip back has lots of monitoring, safety functions
PEOPLE Regard for, and relationships with, humankind
Parental Responsibility Mom chides Mallory for asking about supper instead of being concerned about Grandpa’s injured ankle
Mom warns Melody not to tease her brother or she’ll go without dessert as well
Friendly Manner Mom invites their hosts to join them at dinner to learn more about Washington Island
Ms. Karen offers to give the family their cook’s special perch recipe
New friends want to show the twins a “stone city”
Respect Mom apologizes to their new friends, tells the twins “you can learn better with your ears than with your mouth”
Mom’s new friend assures Melody she was not one of the “little ones” who would be safe in the shallow water
Grandpa accepts docents’ decisions on lighouse policies regarding his injury
Grandpa removes and neatly folds the bedding he used in the unexpected overnight stay
Despite being a chemist, Dad asks questions for the fish boilers to answer for the visitors
The Master Boiler tells Grandpa they don’t often hear the joke about “a watched pot never boils”
Gratitude Mallory appreciates Grandpa’s offer to take over his job of pumping water from underground
Everyone is grateful for Grandpa’s gift of this vacation that opend the door to new insights into family members
Helpfulness Mr. Tom warns not to miss the last ferry back from Rock Island, as no food or inns are available
A ferry passenger warns of big waves
Lighthouse docents bring first-aid for Grandpa’s swollen ankle
Even Grandpa helps clean up after dinner at the lighthouse
Ms. Karen doesn’t mind recommending a competitor’s restaurant
A Welcome Center guide suggests places to visit after asking Dad to mark a map of places they’ve already been to
Generosity Grandpa intends to replace even the dog food that Rufus ate during their unexpected stay and write letters of commendation for the docents
Concern for Others Grandpa doesn’t let on that his ankle isn’t getting any better
Bobby consoles the twins, saying his team’s first time playing they got lots less than their team
PLANET Earth’s natural environment: living organisms, water, surface, subsurface, atmosphere
First Visit to Natural Sites Door County, Wisconsin: Washington and Rock Islands
Enjoying Nature “Naturally” The family’s time outdoors is “screen-free”
On the drive home, the family looks at exploring options: waves, caves, beaches, lighthouses
Appreciation for Nature’s Beauty Grandpa and the docent Brian admire the sunrise
Observing Geophysical Events The compass locations of sunset and the next day’s sunrise holds a surprise
Protection, Preservation Government, from local and state to federal, create programs for wetlands and other natural areas
More than 200 species of birds make Washington Island their home, thanks to a Land Trust
Respect for Animals A game of deer “hunting” with no shooting
Insights into Animal Behavior Deer try to escape insect bites by leaving woods for open areas, like roads
A Stone’s Throw LIST 4: Combined Science, Humanities and Values/Behaviors
SCIENCE HUMANITIES VALUES/BEHAVIORS

BASIC

  • Biology
    • Plants
    • Animals
    • People
  • Chemistry
    • Function
    • Mix of Structure and Function
    • Molecules
  • Physics
    • Mechanics
    • Optics
    • Gravity
  • Earth, Space Science
    • Astronnomy
    • Geography
    • Geology
    • Environment

HYBRID

  • Math
    • Arithmetic
    • Estimating
    • Statistics

APPLIED

  • Technolgy
    • Physics Mechanics (Water Pumps, Buoys)
    • Physics: Optics (Fresnel Lenses)
  • Engineering
    • Physics; Math (Architecture)
    • Physics; Earth, Space Science; Math (Buoy Data Transmission)
    • Physics; Earth, Space Science; Math: Complex Systems International Spacer Station)

BASIC

  • Society
    • Social Relationships
    • Family Relationships
    • Government (Local)
    • Traditions
  • Language
    • Sounds and Spelling
    • Word Derivations
    • Traditional Sayings
    • Classic Literature
  • History
    • Locations
    • People
    • Objects/Processes

HYBRID

  • Arts
    • Writing
    • Play on Words
    • Drawing
    • Singing
    • Creating, Building Things

APPLIED

  • Life Skills
    • Organizing
    • Technology in its Place
    • First Aid
    • Food
    • Memory Aids
  • Work, Careers
    • Wellness Guide
    • Chemist
    • Air Force Pilot (retired)
    • Innkeeper
    • Volunteer Docents
    • Weather Researcher, Monitor

BASIC

  • Morals/Ethics
    • Honesty/Truth
  • Emotions
    • Self-Centeredness
    • Concern for Others
    • Impetuousness
    • Sharing Personal Stories
    • Disappointment
  • Mind
    • Reasoning
    • Music, Arts Appreciation
    • Ambition
    • Visualization
    • Organization
  • Body
    • Healing Ability
    • Balance/Stability

HYBRID

  • Learning/Knowledge/Skills
    • Exploration, Observation, Discovery
    • Sharing/Eliciting Knowledge
    • Analytical Thinking
    • Acquiring Knowledge

APPLIED

  • People
    • Parental Responsibiity
    • Friendly Manner
    • Respect
    • Gratitude
    • Helpfulness
    • Generosity
    • Concern for Others
  • Planet
    • First Visit to Natural Sites
    • Enjoying Nature “Naturally”
    • Respect for Earth, All Things Living on It
    • Observing Geophysical Events
    • Appreciation for Nature’s Beauty
    • Protection, Preservation
    • Respect for Animals
    • Insights into Animal Behavior
A Stone’s Throw TABLE 4: Combined Science, Humanities, Values

 

CHAPTER: Pages Numbers; RESOURCE LINKS
CHAPTER TITLES; Branches, Sub-Branches
Helpful Hints
 
  • Earth
    • Door County Islands
Chapter 1: Pages 1-8
Where is the Door in Door County?
Melody and Mallory learn an easy way to calculate the maximum distance you’re from the water when you’re on an irregularly-shaped island.
  • Physics
    • Optics
    • Mechanics
  • Earth
    • Geography
  • Math
    • Estimating
  • Society
    • Government
  • History
    • People
    • Times/Eras
  • Health
    • Food/Nutrition
  • Work/Careers; Role Models
    • Chemist
    • Wellness Instructor
  • Mind
    • Reasoning
  • Learning/Knowledge/Skills
    • Exploration, Observation, Discovery
    • Analytical Thinking
  • People
    • Friendly Manner
  • Planet
    • First Visit to Natural Sites
    • Enjoying Nature “Naturally”
Chapter 2: Pages 9-19
Washington Island: First Explorations
What do skipping stones across water, doing cannonballs into water (ouch!) and blowing up balloons have to do with each other? Demonstrating some laws of physics!

Bernoulli’s Principle: flow in narrow opening

  • Biology
    • Animals
  • Physics
    • Mechanics
  • Earth
    • Geography
  • Society
    • People Relationships
  • History
    • People
  • Health
    • Food/Nutrition
  • Learning/Knowledge/Skills
    • Sharing, Eliciting Knowledge
  • People
    • Friendly Manner
    • Respect
Chapter 3: Pages 20-26
An Even Smaller Island
Learn how lighthouse beacons can shine so far, and that the gravity that keeps you from floating away also pulls you down when you try to climb up hills or stairs.

History of lighthouses
Fresnel lenses & lighthouses, links
How Frasnel lenses work

  • Physics
    • Optics
    • Mechanics
  • Earth
    • Geography
  • Technology
    • Water Pump
  • Language
    • Word Derivations
    • Classic Literature
    • Traditional Sayings
  • History
    • Objects/Processes
  • Work/Careers; Role Models
    • Volunteer Docent
  • Learning/Knowledge/Skills
    • Sharing, Eliciting Knowledge
  • People
    • Gratitude
    • Helpfulness
Chapter 4: Pages 27-33
An Unplanned Delay
Grandpa badly twists his ankle. Will this be the end of the Maloney family’s fast-paced hikes and explorations?

Rock Island map
Locating International Space Station in the sky

  • Earth
    • Astronomy
  • Engineering
    • International Space Station
  • Society
    • People Relationships
  • Health
    • Pain and Injury
  • Arts
    • Music
    • Writing
  • Life Skills
    • Outdoors Abilities
  • Emotions
    • Self-Centeredness
  • Mind
    • Music/Arts Appreciation
  • Body
    • Healing Ability
  • Learning/Knowledge/Skills
    • Exploration, Observation, Discovery
    • Sharing, Eliciting Knowledge
  • People
    • Parental Responsibility
    • Respect
    • Helpfulness
    • Generosity
    • Concern for Others
Chapter 5: Pages 34-41
Another Day at Rock Island
Grandpa’s ankle mysteriously heals overnight. But it wasn’t due simply to good luck.
  • Biology
    • Plants
    • People
  • Engineering
    • Structures
  • History
    • People
    • Objects/Processes
  • Arts
    • Music
    • Writing
  • Life Skills
    • Outdoors Abilities
  • Emotions
    • Self-Centeredness
    • Concern for Others
    • Impetuousness
  • Mind
    • Music/Arts Appreciation
    • Ambition
  • Body
    • Healing Ability
  • People
    • Respect
    • Generosity
  • Planet
    • Appreciation for Nature’s Beauty
    • Observing Geophysical Events
Chapter 6: Pages 42-50
Back on Washington Island
So many sights to see, things to do when you’re on a trip. The twins’ Mom draws a map of the island , marks the farther away and closer in places to visit and suggests a plan.

Florence Nightingale
Stave Church

  • Earth
    • Geography
    • Space Science
  • Math
    • Counting
    • Statistics
  • Engineering
    • Structures
  • Language
    • Play on Words
  • History
    • People
  • Health
    • Recreation
  • Morals/Ethics
    • Honesty/Truth
  • Mind
    • Music/Arts Appreciation
    • Visualization
    • Organization
  • People
    • Parental Responsibility
    • Helpfulness
    • Concern for Others
  • Planet
    • Preservation, Protection, Restoration
    • Respect for Animals
    • Insights into Animal Behavior
Chapter 7: Pages 51-57
Fish Boil, Boiling Chips, …and Extremophiles?
As the fish boil pot over boiled, the twins’ Dad tells of his experience of a “boil over” in his lab. He learned the hard way what happens when you put cold boiling chips into a hot liquid.

Density of water

  • Biology
    • Plants
  • Chemistry
    • Reactions
    • Functions
  • Earth
    • Geography
    • Environment
  • Language
    • Storytelling
    • Traditional Sayings
  • History
    • Locations
  • Emotions
    • Sharing Personal Stories
  • Mind
    • Reasoning
  • Body
    • Healing Ability
  • Learning/Knowledge/Skills
    • Acquiring Knowledge
  • People
    • Respect
  • Planet
    • Preservation, Protection, Restoration
Chapter 8: Pages 58-60
Crossing Death’s Door a Second Time
The ferry back to the mainland passes a buoy that monitors and reports warnings of weather conditions that gave Death’s Door its name.

World-wide location of weather monitoring buoys

  • Earth
    • Weather
  • Technology
    • Buoys
  • Engineering
    • Transmitting Data to Satellites
  • Society
    • Family Relationships
  • Language
    • Sounds and Spelling
  • Learning/Knowledge/Skills
    • Acquiring Knowledge
  • People
    • Gratitude
Chapter 9: Pages 61-62
On the Way Back
Some stopovers on the leisurely drive back home: a restaurant with goats munching grass on its rooftop, watery caves along the shore and a lighthouse at the end of a long pier.
  • Physics
    • Optics
  • Earth
    • Geography
  • Body
    • Balance/Stability
  • Planet
    • Enjoying Nature “Naturally”
Chapter 10: Pages 63-64
Next Adventure: Discussing the “Loch”
A different kind of “fish story” awaits the Maloney family on its next adventure at a local farm with its reputation for a mini Loch Ness on its property.
  • Health
    • Nutrition
  • Work/Careers; Role Models
    • Retirement
  • Emotions
    • Disappointment