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Holding a trail restoration day in November in Wyoming doesn't seem like the brightest idea. Last year in Lander, snow had already been around for a month. So Aaron and I crossed our fingers when we scheduled a service project for last Saturday.Read More
Over lunch on Tuesday, students from a Fall Rocky Mountain Semester regaled me with stories. I heard about a pair of windpants lost to a river (an embarrassing day for Pat), fabulous food during their Wilderness First Responder course at the Teton Valley Branch (nice work Annemarie!), cold climbing ascents ending in triumph and sunshine, and one very large wood rat.Read More
After six weeks at NOLS, I probably shouldn't be surprised to meet NOLS alumni almost everywhere I go. However, I still was not expecting to meet one last Friday at an event called "Men In Science" in Riverton, WY. This event is put together on alternating years for middle and high school boys and girls to encourage them to consider future careers in science.
Last week, Aaron and I sat in on the Wilderness Medicine
Institute’s Staff Meeting Sept. 8-10. I enjoyed the hearing the WMI Instructors
discuss the challenges and successes in delivering effective and useful
curriculum to students.