My mom surprised me by taking us to an amazing treehouse in the outskirts of Austin (which is in the Texas Plains). It’s not your typical treehouse of course, it’s like a literal house in the trees. Once we parked our car we walked across a suspension bridge. When we looked down we saw a ravine, but don’t you worry, we were totally safe. One building was like a house, but it was a kitchen, and the other one was also like house but it had bedrooms and the rooms were round.
Luna and I are continuing to explore what life might have been like for early settlers in Texas. It is getting cold outside as we head into December and keeping warm would have been an important part of life that required more effort for the early settlers than it does today. Gathering wood, building and maintaining fires for cooking and warmth is a job that even children would have helped with. Luna enjoys building a fire and keeping it going, and she's really good at it!
Wolves live in family groups and are very social animals that care for one another. I chose to post about wolves because they seem like the most interesting animal that are native to Texas. I admire how they can run long distances and still feel okay. Cheetahs are sprinters, but wolves are marathoners! Wolves live in a pack. The alpha male and female have pups and are in charge of the pack. Wolves mate for life like sea horses. They have anywhere between one and eleven p