Sarah Crutchfield
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The Cabin Path
52 acres of nature trails, rare wildflowers, wildlife, 1800's log cabin, a labyrinth, and outdoor learning centers just minutes from downtown Atlanta. Home School Workshops every Thursday from 11 AM - 1 PM. Nature Walks and Workshops by reservation..ALL AGES!
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TREES Workshop at The Cabin Path

It was a morning of showers, but a forecast of clearing skies. Our TREES Workshop began. We met in the Gathering Room to discuss some facts about trees, and then we hit the trails as the sun peaked through the clouds. We saw the damage from storms earlier this year. We…


Posted on October 2, 2010 at 12:24pm — 1 Comment

Another Archaeological DIG at The Cabin Path!

The Archaeological DIG a couple of weeks ago generated much interest around The Cabin Path's Groups (Yahoo Home School, Facebook, and Website) By request, the Summer Workshop kids wanted to have DIG of their own! Since the majority of this group were 4- 6 year olds, I needed to think of more activities! I knew that the actual "Dig" involved hard work...and this younger group's attention spans might not last. (and it was…


Posted on June 13, 2010 at 8:19am — 1 Comment

Trees at The Cabin Path

A Tree Workshop with the Thursday Home School Group! (I took off last week to attend a retirement reception for my husband..36 years with Delta!) This week, we discussed trees and how to identify the different trees. Georgia has over 250 species of trees. One website, Native Trees of Georgia has a printable PDF that not only provides a sketch and description of the tree, but it also provides important…


Posted on June 3, 2010 at 6:25pm

Archaeological Dig at The Cabin Path

The Cabin Path has many mysteries. Native American artifacts have been found here that include Mississippian pottery, rock tools, and arrowheads. Many times after a hard rain, the arrowhead points will simply "appear" on the top of the ground. I keep many of the artifacts in the Gathering Room for all to see and touch.…


Posted on May 23, 2010 at 5:34am — 3 Comments

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At 4:49am on September 15, 2009, lori crutchfield said…
thank you :)

this is a good link: you read any thomas berry? he is truly wonderful!
At 1:31pm on September 11, 2009, Sarah Crutchfield said…
The Cabin Path is place near Atlanta, GA..and it's been my home for 50+ years. It has rare wildflowers, wildlife, a lake, barn, an 1800's log cabin, Native American Rock Circle on top of a hill, and a labyrinth. I teach Nature/Art Workshops. Home Schoolers meet every Thursday, and we also have workshops and gatherings for scouts, writers, artists, school groups, and musicians...(all ages!)

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