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- July 29, 2003 at 10:02 am #258785
Hi. We are a homeschooling family and my children spent last year studying American History. What a wonderful experience!
My children would love to see some of the historical sights of what they spent all year learning about. of course, just like everyone else, money is very tight so i thought it might be fun to do a camping trip. we live in coral springs, florida which is on the eastern seaboard.
i am hoping that i can pick your brains for information or resources on how to plan a camping trip in september or october to some of the american history sights – north carolina and virginia, probably. i know if we drive to virginia we can see monticello, jamestown, williamsburg, and washington dc. i heard that williamsburg has certain homeschool days, does anyone know about that?
anyways, i would really
appreciate any advice on campgrounds, historical sights, discounts, “don’t miss” spots. thank you so much.
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