Two Trips Done!
The MOSS WOWS (women outdoors with science) was a fantastic trip–20 great junior high school girls went down the river with us. Definitely our biggest group ever but one of our best groups ever in terms of getting ready in the morning and helping out in camp. The girls hiked, snorkeled, visited an active archaeological dig, saw pictographs and investigated water quality.
Our guides-in-training (or GITs) Eizaak and Dakota (‘Toad’) were an immense help both in rigging rafts and helping around camp. Guides Jonathan, Dave, Jessica, Pat, Sara and Leslie either rowed or paddle captained on this WSE 3 day adventure.
Our latest trip was with Whitney Community Center from Boise and TREE club students from Timberline. Another three day trip but with far fewer kids, this trip had a special feel to it. Again, we were lucky to have kids participate that were interested in trying everything: they swam easy rapids, played ammo can tug of war, hiked, fished, explored the canyon environment and swam some more. We had a great skit nite with guide Brian Reynold’s son Owen stealing the show.
Guides Brian, Luanne, Dick, Leslie and Jonathan worked this trip with Eizaak assisting as the GIT. Thanks to Ashlie from PCEI and Josh from Whitney Community Center for the activities that they did with the participants.
You know that your guide in training program is a success when Toad shows up at the take-out to help load boats and bring everyone popsicles.
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