Today was our fourth day in the field making measurements on woody vegetation and replacing a fence. While drilling holes in the ground with tools and hands, Kelsey proved to be a key helper with her intense rock crushing skills.
Two nights ago it briefly rained for about 10 minutes, the first time in 7 years it has rained at camp during the study abroad program. There was nothing in the forecast or sky that suggested it would rain that night, and even our trusty camp overseer Daryl didn’t see it coming. In the morning everything dried out quickly and there was no sign it had rained.
Overall things are going well and everyone is healthy!
Kelsey, slayer of rocks.
Daily visitors to the water hole.
Burnt orange, a color that sticks out all over the world.