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... The boys had no problem staying up watching the bull riders, calf ropers, and the young children riding the sheep. They said there was more "real cowboys" at this one and thought it was pretty cool. Unfortunately a 14 year old boy was hurt and was carried off by the paramedics that are on duty at the rodeo. He wasn't too bad as his Mom drove him to the hospital instead of needing to go in the ambulance. The ...
... Washakie Wilderness. A short picture session ensued. The trail turned into a 4 Wheel Drive road. There were 4 big trucks. There were many horses. We even saw people. And a toilet! Civilization was upon us. I'm fairly certain the entire group skipped the mile-long length of the 4WD road to the East Fork Ranger Station, our meeting point with the other ISGE group, before converging with the instructors.
The other ISGE group arrived around about a ...
... be a randy time to fool us, 7 miles into a very long and strenuous hike. We knew the trail turned to the West at a drainage and descended to our X. The trouble was that we lost the trail before finding this turn and walked past the correct drainage to another drainage over 3/4 mile away. Given that the group was getting tired and some weren't feeling terribly well, I reluctantly used our GPS. I didn't want to use it because I wanted us to find the ...
This day marked the first day in which we could to hike without instructors. It's something everyone had been looking forward to for quite some time: The ability to hike as a group of students. To put the entire group's mood at a 15 on a scale of 1 to 10 is not an exaggeration. I was very excited to have been chosen as 1 of 2 leaders for the trip, and woke up at 6:30 in the morning with the other leader, Charlie, to plan our route for the day. It took us ...
... has used before in similar situations. This required the first group to exit the wilderness to go on hunt for the cache. To my delight, I happened to be in the first group!
After a class on public land management, where we learned a little bit about the four different land management agencies, and a class on using the handheld GPS device, we embarked on our hike. About a mile into the hike, we arrived at a ranger cabin which indicated that it was time ...
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