Curious and courageous explorers heading into the unknown!
Our host park ranger, Karen Hoey, of the Army Corps of Engineers,
taught all about New England animals.
Tree expert Ken Desmarais, of the White Mountain National Forest Rangers,
shared so much tree knowledge with us.
We loved experimenting with our own photography of the “wilderness”
with IT specialist, Chris Hunewell.
Can you believe even our lunch had a Lewis and Clark theme? Mr. Huebner loves hunting, and he not only taught us about food on the trail, but he rustled up some Corps of Discovery lunch including squash, potatoes, venison, squirrel, and BEAVER!
Music teacher, Mrs. Brown, led worship at the falls. Some chose painting, some writing, and some music as they enjoyed their own personal waterfall location.
Camp expert, Ginny Clasby, led an archery workshop which included Buffalo Archery Tag. We had never seen anything like that before–hilarious!
Sacagawea guided us through our day.
Thank You, Lord, for the most marvelous day of learning imaginable!