Heilicher 6th Grade Wolf Ridge Trip Day 2

We've had two stunningly beautiful days here in Finland, MN, home of Wolf Ridge. We challenged ourselves on the ropes course and rock wall, and managed not to get too lost on the GPS scavenger hunt. We saw raptors, song birds, deer, and frogs; sang the HaTikvah on a mountain top; played Tips and Uno; and spoke in fake French accents. Life is good. We'll post a more photos of the final two days, so check the blog.

See you Thursday,

Heilicher Sixth Grade Team

  • Field Trip
  • Wolf Ridge

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