Let’s face it, when you get on your computer in the late afternoon to check our blog or the Apogee Facebook Fan Page (btw, if you’re not a Fan yet, please become one), it’s not to read our well written prose, our amusing anecdotes, or entertaining commentary on trip life (although that’s a major bonus). You want to see pictures of your kids…albeit often grainy, pixilated and shadowed pictures…but pictures nonetheless. We received shots from most of our groups in the field today. The only folks we didn’t get anything from were David and Anna (who spent much of their day on a ropes course), and Andy & Corley (who rafted the Kennebec and are largely out of cell phone range).
Let’s get to it:
Most of Danika and Lucas’s Cape group on the beach after some volunteering this morning.
Chrissy and Wyatt’s Cape and the Islands crew eating lunch after a morning of surfing.
A rare sighting of our Downeast Explorer group on the AT. What makes this one unique is the fact they were able to send it to us despite the lack of cell reception in that part of Maine.
Most of Pete and Jess’s Coast to Quebec group on one of the many well traveled roads in Maine (They just pulled off for a break — they actually don’t ride any dirt or gravel roads on the trip).