Month: May 2018

Day 5

Day 5

Fort Belknap to Montana Gumbo¬† At the crack of dawn, those who had to leave to return back on campus woke up and got their belongings. By the time most of us got up and stopped baking in our tents, they were gone, showing up […]

Day 4

Day 4

May 29th was an awesome day to say the least. Fully settled into the Prairie Reserve lifestyle (and fully expecting to wake up to a hot sun beating down on our tents… in a peaceful way) we all woke up early and were treated to […]

Day 3

Day 3

Day 3: Really, we began our “day” at midnight, driving through dirt roads from the Livingston grocery store out to the American Prairie Reserve. With no GPS or internet service, we drove through the bumpy gravel roads and immense swaths of pitch-black darkness. After taking […]

Day 2 – Yellowstone/Long Drives

Day 2 – Yellowstone/Long Drives

Hey everyone, Elias and Sierra checking in here. Sunday was an absolute blast and an extremely long day at the same time. To keep things transparent and show you how life really is out in the wonderful neature surrounding us, we decided to make a […]

Day 1

Day 1

Our day started at 2am when we left campus, and then arrived at the airport at 2:45. Despite our early arrival, we managed to arrive at our gate approximately 1 minute before it closed at 4:45 am due to conflicts in the booking and one […]

Meet the kids going to Montana!

Meet the kids going to Montana!

This is the first post in our Montana blog series. All 15 of us will take turns writing posts, so check back often! With just over half a day before our arrival in Billings, we’re pumped to kick-off our blog series with a post introducing […]

Meet our (very first) member-of-the-month, Jesenia!

Meet our (very first) member-of-the-month, Jesenia!

While this May has brought us great new experiences (reading period, mildly improved weather, this blog), it sadly is also the time when the school year ends and we say our goodbyes. This year, one of our goodbyes is a bit more permanent than the […]

Kayaking on Lake Carnegie!

Kayaking on Lake Carnegie!

On May 11, 2018, the Conservation Society and friends left their preparations for final exams and papers to venture out into nature on a kayaking expedition in our very own D&R canal and Lake Carnegie. After dinner conversation with Emeritus Professor Henry Horn, who studies […]