Crow’s Nest: As the evening settles…
By Daniel Barringer, Preserve Manager
Here’s another scene from the preserve as the day is done: the kayaks used at 7th & 8th grade camp have been washed and left out to dry. It is important to make sure no plants or other aquatic hitchhikers get moved between one body of water and another, so the campers wash the kayaks when they are finished with them, before the boats and paddles are moved to another watershed or lake.
Another form of summer camp transportation is parked in the background. The hay wagon gets a lot of use during summer camp to move kids to different parts of the preserve. It too is parked as the summer programs wrap up.