Two yellow school buses pulled into Griffith Woods driveway Tuesday afternoon, and over 50 Eastside Elementary third-graders marched out.
"Smell the grass," one girl said to a classmate.
Despite living in a rural county, one teacher pointed out, some students werent used to the great outdoors.
"Shes a city girl," said teacher Shelley Slade.
Teacher and student laughed.
"You're going to see trees that are very old," Melinda Boyer said, with a tall walking stick in hand.
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