Travel Blogs from Dubois
... The silence around me was total.
But my batteries still had not been recharged! I, therefore, decided to head to the KOA camp in Dubois. This proved to be a good choice. The location is fine, and there is only limited traffic in this remote part of Wyoming. I wanted to have stopped at many interesting little towns on the way, including Jeffrey City, Lander, Crowheart, but I just had to drive through to get to ...
... moment. I was somewhere in the middle of the pack in eating my pizza and succeeded in savoring my meal for once. It was great group fun to make the pizzas together. However, we all agreed that a mere pan pizza was not enough to fill the belly and scrounged up enough extra food to make a stew.
After that, some of us relaxed and chatted. Some of us wandered off in the forest to push down dead ...
... in their finest European accents (this was a theme throughout the trip, but became normal speaking voice on ISGE) and letting their own inner kid take over. Certain people even found it necessary to remove most outer layers of clothing in order to hike in their skivvies. That's the effect 26 days in the wilderness has on some folks.
My group departed for our expedition at 12:37 PM, beginning a 4 mile hike. The first part was tough, an 800 ...
... br> Everyone got to vote for two leaders, and the group collectively chose the two people who had just finished leading the day's trip, myself and Charlie, to lead the expeditions. It was just what I was hoping to hear, and I was extremely thankful to everyone for the opportunity to give this whole trip leadership thing a go for 3 days. As I've said in previous posts, I really wanted these leadership opportunities for personal growth, and I am ...
... we'd learned over the past 3 weeks. My group had Noah, he already being a Wilderness First Responder and not in need of practice with diagnoses, as a patient. It ended up being a somewhat hectic situation, knowing that the results of our scenario would determine our ability to go on the independent trip on the next day. We ended up having to immobilize his head because it hurt, putting pressure and cleaning up a cut because it was bleeding, and splinting his ankle ...
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