Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Early morning light

It's only day three at Sewanee but I have already learned and experienced so many new and interesting things. Today, like every other day, was packed with engaging activities. With Dr Haskell, students ventured into the forest to observe the birds of the forest in the early morning light. We learned about some of the behaviors and songs of the birds we encountered. After breakfast,Group B headed to the low ropes course where relationships and trust between the campers were tested, and increased, by team building exercises such as the "spider web" and the "trust fall". Later, we had a chance to scale an exposed rock face on the Domain. Though climbing skill levels varied, and some fear was involved, everyone enjoyed the satisfaction of reaching the top of the rock face. Overall, today was another awesome day at SEI learning and participating in intriguing activities.


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