A blindfolded Julieta Rodriguez, 10, tries to tag her dodging classmates Friday afternoon during a Native American tag game at Colonial Camp at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. Students from the Hilton Head Island Elementary School for the Creative Arts spent the field trip learning about candle-making, knot-tying, trading posts and other Colonial-American activities and history.
A blindfolded Julieta Rodriguez, 10, tries to tag her dodging classmates Friday afternoon during a Native American tag game at Colonial Camp at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. Students from the Hilton Head Island Elementary School for the Creative Arts spent the field trip learning about candle-making, knot-tying, trading posts and other Colonial-American activities and history. Sarah Welliver
A blindfolded Julieta Rodriguez, 10, tries to tag her dodging classmates Friday afternoon during a Native American tag game at Colonial Camp at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina. Students from the Hilton Head Island Elementary School for the Creative Arts spent the field trip learning about candle-making, knot-tying, trading posts and other Colonial-American activities and history. Sarah Welliver

Field trip Friday

October 15, 2010 07:15 PM

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