Monthly Archives: June 2017

Student Post: An Unexpected Swim

This post was submitted by Dev J. The river trip was probably one of the best parts of Classroom Earth 2017 so far. However, I had a rough time on day four. Mr. Sadtler and I were canoeing on a … Continue reading

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Student Post: An Ode to Evan, an unforgettable guide

This post was submitted by Will R. In my opinion, the greatest part of the trip was [CFI Naturalist Guide] Evan’s riddles, stories, and jokes. Evan’s head just seemed to be filled with endless jokes and riddles. Evan had so … Continue reading

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High Water, High Wind, High Spirits

The float down Labyrinth Canyon on the Green River is famed as a leisurely flatwater float, but as we drove down into the desert from the Rockies last week, it was obvious that early-summer runoff was peaking and that our … Continue reading

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We’re off the river!

Everything was wonderful. Much to say, but not just yet. First to Moab for laundry, shower, and rest.

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We’re off!

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Seeing things differently

Life at Shadowcliff continued at a steady pace over the last few days. After a 7:30 ┬ábreakfast we muster for a morning activity at 8:45, followed by lunch, then an afternoon activity. While the days seem packed there are always … Continue reading

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Video: Water Testing with GCWIN

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