They tought us how to use GPSs and we marked our starting location and then took a golf ball and walked a good ways then marked that position..and then later we switched GPSs and found the other person's golf ball (im in the grey shirt with the sunglasses on)
If you look behind us basicly to the horizon u can see Mexico
(im in the blue shirt)
The "classroom" every morning by 6:45am you had to have ur room cleaned, vaccumed, swept, dusted etc. and then you had to be ready and in your herd lines ready for marching out there at 6:45...
Marching in place which was harder for me to do than march while walking
the VERY first thing we did was open a doe up..it was really cool
my herd was the 1st group that got to 'work' on the doe and she actually had a fawn in her and we got to take the fawn out and that was really cool,,prolly one of the highlights of the trip even tho it was all awesome (im in the pink on the far end)
another fawn that we measured to see how far along he was and how close he was to being born
it was a whole lotta stuff to do,,,i never really even thought about home or my cell phone or even the tv the whole time i was (5 days) b/c they always had us doing sumthing with our time,,,,i would get up every morning at 5:20am and wouldnt lay down to go to sleep until about 1:30am everynight...but it was still great,,,and it was kinda like boot camp but not overly done,, we where very very organized but still had a whole mess of fun!
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