Wolves, much like horses, are hyper sensitive to the energy we give off. After being trained by Kent the director of Mission Wolf we were able to meet face to face with a couple specially trained wolves. Our 10 days here at Mission Wolf are all about tuning into how our verbal and nonverbal communication affects ourselves, each other and our animal friends.
Our first full day together has been full of getting to know each other and becoming familiar with the places we’ll be visiting this semester. Our beautiful orientation site here in rural Fraser has given us lots of space to have a fun and safe......Read More
Here are additional photos from our recent outings 🙂...Read More
Hi all, I just had to share this photo I received from the team an hour ago from the group’s sunrise hike in Dieng. I think that for those looking on (including myself), we have a right to feel jealous of the group’s location right now......Read More
Dear Families and Friends, It is now December, and I hope that everyone is staying warm and happy. If some of you may recall, I wrote a Yak in early October in which I shared some of my sketches. So much has happened since then, and the course is......Read More
Some beautiful shots from the team’s time this past week at the mangrove community....Read More
Our mid-course aligned with the full moon and Boun Ork Phansa (The End of Buddhist Lent). Candlelight processions are held in many temples across the country followed by Lay Heua Fai. Rivers illuminate as small boats carry candles down waterways.......Read More