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Owls, Oct 10

Thanks to how warmly (lots of layers) all the owls were dressed today we were able to fully enjoy the sunny (but chilly) day! This morning started with an exhilarating challenge of walking suspended in the air! The owls rose to the challenge with great communication, strong hands and even stronger determination. It wasn't easy building the floating railway so definitely ask your owl about it. The owls are still busy creating in the tool circle, building a tree house and exploring the space. Some of the owls are creating new play adventures as they continue to learn more about each other.

We have been working on a Mission statement over the last couple weeks, our forest motto, and although it will continue to be worked upon we have a start! So today we all signed our thumb prints in blood (red ink) acknowledging our efforts in upholding our forest motto.

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Jessie Veronelly graduated from the U of A with a BA in Environmental Studies with a major in the Outdoor Stream.  She has worked as a Backroads leader, river guide and climbing instructor, and has education and experience in group management as well as leading children's camps.  Beyond all of this, Jessie is a kind and warm person who really connects with the kids on their level and lets them learn at their own pace, letting each child be their own, unique person.