Today was the first day of my last semester at Adams. I am only taking 8 credits consisting of Historical Geology, a field excursion to Capitol Reef National Park in Utah over spring break, and my senior capstone which is basically a final, senior project. The lack of a “normal” class load will surely be compensated by the final project. Not sure what I am doing it on, but I will have to figure that out pretty soon.
The winter break went well. Spent 10 days in Virginia visiting family and friends and then came back to Alamosa to spend some time snowboarding. To finish the break off, ASAP had its annual 7-day winter training where we got a Level 1 Avalanche certification, did some ice climbing site management stuff, and some winter camping in snow shelters. So overall a pretty good break. Here are a few pictures from said break.
A place near and dear to my heart; a swimming hole at Sugar Hollow outside of Charlottesville, VA
Kyle, ice climbing.
Sunset as seen just through a patch of trees by our camp site.