I think that last blog entry, almost certainly our largest so far, challenged the technical capacity of our humble little blog. Thus, this Part Deux.
I think that last blog entry, almost certainly our largest so far, challenged the technical capacity of our humble little blog. Thus, this Part Deux.Back briefly to our Lidia & Alex’s Caribbean Service Adventure group: see the fine shot below several of our lads – the gent in the middle is enjoying his birthday as it should be — in a reflective vest, with shovel in hand, surrounded by jungle and buddies. What more could a new 15-year old ask for?
Greetings, Summer Blog Readers! Today was the first day for several of our trips and the first full day for several more. As the first day, it is probably the last day where clean clothes figure prominently in each of the pictures below….
As many of you know, during the summer season, we try to update our blog daily with “real-time” information about our trips in the field. The blog has proven to be enormously popular, and we’re looking forward to getting it up and running again this summer. Several families have asked us the very good question about what precautions we take regarding the identification of our students over the course of the summer. As we rapidly approach the summer, we thought we would speak to that question and make our blog policies clear to new and returning parents and students alike. We invite any questions or comments you may have about our policies or the blog, in general.
A sophomore at Lafayette College, Anna Minckler was born on Kauai, Hawaii and has loved the outdoors from day one. After stints in California and Michigan, her family settled in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where she has now lived for sixteen years.