"The Game". A board and dice game I made from cardboard and glue gun. It's designed for 2+ year olds. Glad to say they love it.
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Who wants to play with Lego, when you could be mixing a big bucket of 'stuff' soup for hungry pirates. . 
Glue gun fun. Yes, that hot glue can burn. You must plan the join, be aware of where the gun is at all times, and not to panic if you get glue on your fingers. Very exciting. Very rewarding.
We use the stairs as a stage for singing to parents,
Ready to hit the big time in MusicTown. They're already under contract.
Just need to pirate a few songs.
"Hey kids, do you want to sleep in a hotel , or a tent tonight?"
The zip line.
Aaaaarrrrrrrrrggggghhhhhhh!!!
The tree.
These boys are making their final preparations for the advanced stick, fire, and marshmallow safety examination. The tension is unmistakeable.
   They never get offended when you ask,
 "what's that?".
Another of my favourite toys. Water finds its own level, and any clothing nearby.
Outdoor Brio. In truth it's the much cheaper, but almost as good, IKEA brand. Picture show about half of our track and rolling stock.
Great toy, unbreakable, no-maintenance.
Justice must not only be done, but it must seen to be done.
Being fair is very important.
These archery sets (from Decathlon) get a lot of use. They work very well at a range of two to ten meters. 
Clay is great. Anyone know where we can find an inexpensive potters wheel or a kiln?
Tomatoes, carrots, bell peppers, broccoli, sunflowers nasturtiums, cornflowers, sweet pea, cosmos, cilantro, chives, rosemary, mint, basil, lavender.