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... Then my favorite thing we did was flip the rafts over and use them as a trampoline where we ran across them into the river while people on the sides bounced the rafts to make it more challenging. I thoroughly enjoyed my two days on the river and can not wait to go back with my participants.
After two days on the river we transitioned to two days on the rock. Once again I came to the rock already with knowledge but ...
... will start out with me working with other college students where I will sow some seeds within them, like backpacking and skills needed led others into the wilderness, with the guidance of the other program directors. From then we are going to work with high school and middle school student using the skills that were just taught. Some programs OMC runs allow us to directly work with court involved kids and kids with disabilities, which I’m ...
... to Toms
Spring Falls. First, we got some pictures from the road, then climbed
up the rocks and got some pictures up close. Then we backtracked a
short ways and turned right to get on Daniel Ridge Loop Trail (#105).
Initially, the trail is quite steep as it ascends to the top of the Toms
Spring Falls via a couple switchbacks. Then it leveled off a bit,
following Toms Spring Branch upstream. The trail varied from mostly
level to a little steep, but ...
... pictures, so we ate our lunch while enjoying the view of the waterfall. By the time we finished eating, the other couple were starting to head back. I mentioned to them before they left that there is another Upper Falls here in case they were interested in seeing that one too. We climbed around at the base of the falls getting pictures. Again, the bright sunny day made for beautiful weather, but not so great pictures. It’s a shame, because Dill Falls is ...
... off ages ago.”
“I think it’s a wolf.” The prints were big, and Jen does live in wolf country up north of Duluth, but I was sure there aren’t any wolves in the Smokies.
“It’s not a wolf,” I insisted.
“Maybe it’s a coyote,” Carol interjected.
“Or a fox,” added Julie. A really big fox. With laser eyes. Speaking of which, did you know that dogs can’t fly backwards? ...