Our final day of Fire Keepers was one of my favorites. It started off as a typical day of class. We played a few of our favorite games—like Fire in The Forest—shared some gratitude, caught up with a couple of friends that we hadn’t seen in awhile (Karen and Annie!!!) and heard an inspiring story over snack. Our wanderings led us once again to Owl Pellet Plateau, which is where all the magic unfolded. I swear, there is something really special about this part of the park. . .Read More
And just like that the year is over! It’s a wrap!
33 weeks later and it feels in many ways like we are just getting started! Since the “the book of nature has no beginning, as it has no end” as Jim Corbett so astutely put it, I hope that these young Fox Walkers are just beginning on their life long nature connection journey.
Knee-deep in a Cattail swamp is where we found ourselves at the end of the day at Fire Keepers last Wednesday, though our morning started out a bit differently! Nature magic was in the air that morning as we quietly observed two Hairy woodpeckers pecking at a Cedar tree, a young raccoon lope right passed us, and a visit from two first-year bucks!