I swear if I had the ability to – I surely would’ve counted a billion wildflowers today. Fields of color flooded the Lodi Marsh trail. Several times I stopped because the sight took my breath away. Luckily my hiking partner was knowledgeable enough to point out many of the varieties. Until today I was blissfully ignorant of the names. Gratitude and appreciation filled my heart for my experience this wonderful afternoon.
May 24th. When Mr. K’s 4th grade class went to Lodi Marsh we saw a giant space full of mud! When my class went around I, took off my shoes and went straight through.
My terrible, horrible, worst hike ever!
My terrible, horrible, worst hike ever
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be in a movie? Have extreme drama 24/7? Be the only one smart enough to see horribleness in others?
This story is kind-of similar to that, but not completely. This is 4th grade drama.
I thought this day as going to be fun. But boy, i was wrong! First, my only pair of sneakers got all muddy, then, the person who i thought was my friend befriended my mortal enemy! Then i ran out of water, next i stepped an an ant hill,and finally i was almost pricked to death!.I hope you can relate! -_-
Park School 4th Graders Hike
Park School 4th Graders Trip to Lodi Marsh
Thursday, May 24, 2018 the Park Elementary 4th Graders from Cross Plains Wisconsin went on a hike at the Lodi Marsh near Lodi. They did a 1.6 mile loop through prairie, savanna, and woodland. They saw lots of plants and flowers including: Shooting Star flowers, Violets, Columbine, Buckthorn, Poison Ivy, Burr Oak, Garlic Mustard, and Honey Suckle.
The weather was amazing as well, not a cloud in the sky though very hot probably 85 degrees. They ate lunch in a shady area and had a lot of fun and viewed the beautiful Lodi Marsh on top of the hill. They had a wonderful time and I hope you do too!
Lodi Marsh Segment
My story from the Lodi Marsh is… Lodi Marsh has many different, ecosystems, flowers and plants. There different things at the Lodi Marsh like the Violet flower the shooting star flower. Read more if you like to find out about the Lodi Marsh.
My favorite part was the mud there was so much mud it was like a pigs pen.
One thing I saw was that there is a lot of Savannah a lot of trees and prairie. Also a question I have is how can all of the ecosystems live in one environment.
Hope you liked it!!!👍 because i did!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So think that you’re having a walk on the Lodi Marsh and you have a couple questions about the trail.
How did this place form? How many species are there? Why did it form? Why did the animals come?
One thing I did not like about it is the mud.Yuck! It had so much mud that it got in my socks! It was so hot I kept on pouring water in my hat and putting it on my head. During lunch I built a teepee with sticks and some kid wrecked it.
Well, those where mine.But anyways, we have alot to learn.You can go on the Lodi Marsh too.
The Lodi Marsh Segment Field Trip
On May 24, 2018 Mr.Kramer’s class went on a field trip to the Lodi Marsh it was fun other than that we had to walk thru mud and get our shoes super muddy. And me August, Henry, Aiden went into the tall grass and we took a short nap.