June Days Start Early

A dog and his girl looking across the lake at the mountain.

This time of the year days are long here. First light this morning was at 4:01 am, and last light is at 9:10 pm. That is a great thing, because there is a lot of stuff to get done. We’re starting week 3 of the Wilderness Bushcraft Semester (session 1) today, and have a full schedule planned. It is daunting to look at all of the material we’ll be covering in the remaining 7-weeks of the course, but we achieve this by moving forward every day.

The 9-week format is my favorite as there is adequate time to cover what needs to be covered, with enough time and reps for people to see lasting change. I have been thinking about how to improve the outcomes of our shorter programs and will be sharing these ideas in the coming weeks.


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