Homeschool Field Trip – UGA Vet Open House

My Hearts

My Hearts

Our local university, University of Georgia, has an Open House every year for their Vet School.  At the same time, the Entomology School holds their annual Insect Zoo.  We decided to make the trek up with our friends for a FUN day!  (Cookie came along, to help and love on the littles.)

Little Girl got an Entomology Zoo shirt, too!

Little Girl got an Entomology Zoo shirt, too!

This is his "shocked at being photographed Sasquatch" pose...

This is his “shocked at being photographed Sasquatch” pose…

Easter Eggs with Lizards and Bugs inside!

Easter Eggs with Lizards and Bugs inside!

Playing Insect Cornhole with Cookie

Playing Insect Cornhole with Cookie

Cricket Pudding (yes, real crickets) - she also had FOUR Cricket Fondue

Cricket Pudding (yes, real crickets) – she also had FOUR Cricket Fondue

B10 holding a LARGE Insect

B10 holding a LARGE Insect

Holding a Bug

Holding a Bug

At the Entomology School Insect Zoo

At the Entomology School Insect Zoo

That is Cricket Chex Mix (with real crickets)

That is Cricket Chex Mix (with real crickets)

Went kept pointing and saying "Woof, Woof!"

Went kept pointing and saying “Woof, Woof!”

My favorite part was the Teddy Bear Surgery.  We waited for a LONG time in line, but GO brought a “hurt” stuffed animal and was a surgical assistant as it was stitched up.  It was a really cool experience for both of us!

Teddy Bear Surgery!  She is with her stuffed animal in preop!

Teddy Bear Surgery! She is with her stuffed animal in preop!

Preparing for Surgery

Preparing for Surgery

Talking to the surgeon

Talking to the surgeon

This is an event we will make a yearly one.

~Mummy Butterfly  )i(

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