23 students traveled with WOODS to Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park near Moab, Utah and Bandelier National Monument and the Jemez Mountains near Los Alamos, New Mexico in March of 2011.
We: hiked along the edges of canyons. Climbed red sandstone routes. Named the cars. Chased lizards. Tried not to hurt the crytobiotic soils. Holed up in cliff dwellings. Brought along a guitar, a ukelele and a mandolin. Followed cairns. Went thrifting at wabisabi in Moab. Bouldered at Big Bend. Did pushups. Stared at arches (and went shirtless under one). Said hello to ravens, pronghorn antelope and big horn sheep. Cuddled in tents. Got snowed on and learned about archeology. Explored Santa Fe. Sang the WOODS song. Enjoyed hot springs in the Jemez Mountains. Drove about 3,700 miles.
Edited by: Harper Jocque
Home - Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Tongue Tied - Grouplove
January Wedding - The Avett Brothers
Crown on the Ground - Sleighbells
Don't Carry it All - The Decemberists
Victory - Trampled by Turtles
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