Saturday, November 21, 2009

Typical Volunteer Day

Today Linda and I have to stay in camp. We clean the bunkhouse (kitchen and class rooms), spiff up the wash house. The rest of the day is pretty relaxed, clean up after lunch if the class comes back. As it happens, the class has not found a carcass and with the snow showers outside, Brad is reviewing some wolf characteristics in the classroom. Jim is supporting this class and that means driving as well as loading scopes and helping the instructor as needed. The weather has been cold here, low teens in the AM and 40's in the afternoon. It looks like it is about to change, but at 6200 feet and a semi-arid climate the snow is usually a dusting and the wind sometimes bitter. Steve will support the next class starting on Tuesday. Stay tuned. Steve

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