I carefully whittled-down nine billion photos from our trip to Germany to a mere 480 or something like that. Not bad for over two weeks of non-stop travel. Enjoy! Narrations will come in the near future.
This mini-post is for @geotripper and his great birding blog. Laura and I took 25 students and several chaperones to the Emigrant Wilderness in the Stanislaus National Forest on Saturday. We love using the Burst Rock hike from the Gianelli Trailhead to gently introduce students to wilderness ethics and wilderness hiking. The tremendous views and gentle climb over two miles puts the reward to effort ratio at an amazing 10-1.
Slowly, but surely, the entire photo set from our Germany trip is getting prepped for "release". Between making new curriculum, grading papers, being a dad and husband I somehow haven't found much time to work on them. The top photo is a tease of what's to come, including an amazing day at the Solnhofen Limestone. Stay tuned!
Ryan J Hollister - Geoscience & EnviroSci Educator, Avid hiker, Landscape photographer, WildLink Club Advisor, Central Valley Advocate.