Friday, June 22
Saturday, June 16
Tuesday, June 12
Noah and Alison's crew stayed in town last week getting to know each other, performing team initiatives, and doing day projects with local non-profits. In this picture they are performing a team-building activity called the "helium stick".
This week, Jon and Brandi's crew are working at a local state park (Lake Elmo) taking out barbed wire fencing, and resurfacing some trails. Noah and Alison took their crew to Makoshika state park in Glendive, MT to construct an 18 hole disc golf course. I am leaving tomorrow to visit the crew in Makoshika for three days.
Steep Canyon Wall - on our way up to Froze to Death Plateau
Lake in the Beartooths - elevation 8,500 ft
This was my second big hike in the Beartooths. I experienced altitude sickness again. Splitting headache and nausea. I didn't feel like I wasn't getting enough oxygen, but my body was definitely depleted. Froze to Death Plateau is just 2,000 ft below Montana's highest peak - Granite Peak. This summer I hope to climb Granite once most of the snowfields melt. Hopefully my body will be accustomed to the altitude by then.