Youthful quest for fun and adventure


“The most important reason for going from one place to another is to see what’s in between, and they took great pleasure in doing just that.” ― Norton Juster, The Phantom Tollbooth

This group of youngsters and their caretakers might not be pursuing the Holy Grail but to them their own adventure is just as rewarding and exciting as Indiana Jones’ quest for that coveted historical artifact. On this particular day the group was headed to the science museum to not only watch a movie about dinosaurs but were later going to visit a dinosaur exhibit at the local science center. Youthful enthusiasm sometimes needs to be controlled as this one student is discovering for himself. 

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5 Comments on Youthful quest for fun and adventure

  1. Uh oh. The troop leader does not look to pleased with her charges. Attention!


  2. Serendipitous Web Life. : ) // September 24, 2016 at 1:55 pm // Reply

    Lol… My older enthusiasm sometimes needs to be controlled too. : ). Oh, but I do love a good adventure!


  3. You have to behave while on a quest?

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    • I guess they wanted the discoveries to be monitored and controlled which smacks of a discovery that has no real educational value. They want the children to conform to a corporte norm at that early age. A tragedy.

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