Triangle C Dude Ranch
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... ate at the Cowboy Cafe. We have been told that June here is a month with still cold weather and summer starts in July.
Tonight we actually stayed in our van right by a river. Should be around 32 in the morning. Showering will be interesting.
... debrief, in which everyone stated their delight at how the 3 day trip went. I couldn't have agreed more. They were a great group of 7 to lead and to spend 3 days with. We had to do evaluations, both of the course and of each instructor. We prepared for gear de-issue by piling up our group gear, sorting and folding maps, and by giving everything a good ol' H2O clean. We ate dinner, one last time in the wilderness together. It was a grand stew, thick with ...
... let them know who we were and that we'd be quiet (unlike the night before with peak ascents and kid-like shouting and fun of that manner).
To my amazement, they were none too pleased with us. They stopped us about 50 feet from them so that we had to speak very loudly in order to communicate with them. I let them know we were from NOLS, on Day 27 of a 30 Day expedition, that we would respect their privacy, and that we would be as quiet ...
... are far away. It works by sending a signal to an emergency center in Florida, who would then contact NOLS, who would then in turn contact local emergency services to start the evacuation process. Needless to say, it was quite imperative NOT to press the button except as a means of last resort. We were to carry these with us on today's independent trip and the independent expeditions that would start on the next day.
And then, POOF, ...
... abstain. I'd already come to terms with digging holes for 30 days; Why take a seat with less than a week left? I saw no good reason. Being near civilization, even only for a few minutes, was definitely a very weird feeling. But not as weird as the real re-immersion would be. More on that later.
But it wasn't time to leave for good, and back into the wilderness we went. Our hike for the day brought us through another significant tree burn, the landscape all ...