Yellowstone in Winter

“Getting Ready for an Adventure”

The adventure is less than a week away and I can hardly contain my excitement. Getting ready for an adventure like this is what I live for. Give me a packing list and an agenda of what is ahead and I hit the ground running — or should I say organizing, ordering, packing, and making plans for all that will be left behind (including my teaching partner/pup, Andi)! The packing list is long and the weather is unpredictable, but I am determined to be as prepared as I can be. I even got some new boots to upgrade my favorite L.L. Bean boots from 7th grade; it probably was time! Weather conditions look to be favorable and hopefully not quite as chilly as it could be, but best to be prepared. I’ve started watching snippets of Yellowstone 150 on Netflix and reading the book American Wolf. I hope we’ll get the chance to see a wolf pack during our observations of the Lamar Valley. I can’t wait to travel in a snow coach to Old Faithful. My students are getting excited, too, and have begun asking questions. I am thrilled to be able to share this adventure with them and hope that it will inspire them to reach out and explore the world around us. I am ready; bring on the snow and cold!
two pairs of boots - one old, one new with tags still attached

by Tonya Dobson



  • Kelly Allen

    11 months ago

    I am so excited for y’all!!!! Immerse yourself in the magic of Yellowstone!

  • Melissa Enoch

    11 months ago

    How excited and exciting it must be to be selected for this seemingly once in a lifetime adventure that will provide you with many stories to share with your students.

    Reading about and actually experiencing the world are clearly two different things and I am anxiously awaiting to hear more through my child about your adventure.

    Stay safe and as warm as can be in that environment. And neat pictures

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