We examined moss and collected some leaves and twigs. We found a tree with a hole in it and posted a leaf in the hole. There were more twigs and sticks on the ground than we could handle. We put two of the best ones in a space between the branches of a tree. One of us got our hair in our mouth and needed help in redirecting it. We made footprints in the mud and discussed some graffiti on a fence panel, not in a judgmental way, only in an effort to reach an understanding of what it was meant to represent. Later we found a deep puddle left by a car parked on a grass verge. We splashed in it and made more footprints in the mud at the edges. Most of the other puddles had dried up, which was disappointing. We put some small nature things through holes in a chain link fence. Then we saw a yellow van, and some people with a dog. The dog was very interesting. Eventually we got back indoors and told everyone what we had seen. They seemed unenthused. Perhaps they should have come with us.