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TA's InstagramWhat an absolutely beauty day out with students! Simply stunning! Water’s on for tea and then it’s time for Pumped Up Mac and Cheese!Another from my “panning” phase…catching Marian in zoom zoom action in Upper Pippy Park. Loving the March snow.It was such a great honour to be nominated by co-adventurer, Kim White, for the @cityofstjohns Volunteer of the Year Award for my efforts in improving outdoor accessibility around the city. We've had a fabulous time exploring the nooks and crannies of the city to find ways for more folks to be able to access nature and the amazing mental and physical well-being that comes from spending time out under the open sky.I spent five action packed days on the West Coast of the island in and around Gros Morne National Park. I was there working with @memorialuniversity engagement project that was the brainchild of Sue Rendell, an absolute giant in outdoor recreation and adventure tourism in the province. With loads of local stakeholders, we met to map a way forward where local organizations could attenuate each other’s efforts in getting folks outdoors and connected to nature and being physically active outdoors. Facilitated by another giant and paddler extraordinaire of the outdoor world, Keith Payne, the discussion was rich, exciting, and filled with possibilities. A storm and airport fire afforded me extra time to explore the national park by ski and snowshoe. I so look forward to watching and assisting this project go forward.Skiing down beside a snow-covered brook reminding me of skiing/snowshoeing/climbing beside crevasses-awesome to look down on but definitely “Don’t fall in!”Now tell us how you really feel…about the nature-based physical literacy summit combined with lovely grand outdoor adventures in @visitgrosmorne. It’s been a marvellous few days of being delayed by the storm. :-)
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CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! YOU MADE IT TO THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN. WELL DONE!!!
When are you expected home? We will have you back for a visit to our class. Great job TA. Safe travels home.
Grade 4 Class
Bishop Abraham Elementary
Hey, T.A, You are truly an adventurer and a brave explorer! We can only imagine how happy and tired you are at the same time. Great job, take care. ST. Teresa’s
Thanks. I am back in Iceland trying to remember how regular life goes.
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Sounds like it was an exhilarating adventure… Your achievements are so amazing… more should be written about you here in NL and the world. I admire you greatly!
Thanks Trudy…I do hope people will get off their couches and go after whatever moves them…it is my hope by sharing my adventures, others will have lots of their own.
We are so excited for you. You sound so happy…as you should be!! We loved following you on your journey. Thanks for bringing us along.
Thanks-it was very exciting that it all came together-that we got to the mountain and then were able to climb it…
Amazing… Still following your adventures.. Exciting times T.A.. Congratulations once again
I have to say I always enjoy you letters with a coffee to start the morning right..There is alway something to be learned in each,
Thanks…always appreciate hearing from folks that they are enjoying the ride!