How easy it is not to really notice that which is most familiar to us. How often do we stop and observe the very rocks and dirt that we step on every day? Each fall our freshmen spend four weeks observing the landscape around us and, in so doing, discover just how much we never really noticed. With Brad Miller and myself they are studying the ground upon which they walk every day.
This block began with an orientation trip to Jefferson in the White Mountains where the students took two hikes to elevations that provided panoramic landscape views. The students observed those beautiful views …
on Friday September 27, 2013
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