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Well, the winter hibernation is about over. Just before Spring arrived, we took a little hike on one of the first warm days at the very end of February to clear the cobwebs out of our brains and stretch the stiff muscles that were beginning to petrify. I had so much fun that I thought I would share it with my readers here and at Homes and School Mosaics for April’s post. Yes, that is April. I know I missed January, February, and March. I will be posting them in the coming days. I had some technical difficulties with my technology and thought posts were made, I couldn’t find them with my braille display to share them everywhere. Apple did some updates that seem to cause a slight problem, but they have since fixed it. So, I can now find things on the internet again. Life can be a bit treacherous for travel at times if you are DeafBlind and the internet world is no different really. I do hope you learn a bit about how a DeafBlind person can love to go out in the woods and do so safely. That is better exercise and more fun than a treadmill I can tell you!

http://homeschoolmosaics.com/hiking-through-the-dark-silence-2/

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