For every brand new day is a brand new experience. This is my second week of the intership and it’s been. We’ve had very cool projects. We climbed trees at Adam’s on Monday, gained calluses and a sore body for a few days to going into Thompson Island Tuesday and learning how to efficiently prune trees and decide our own cuts. What I’ve retained from the two days was that trees are tricky and if you step back and analyze what you’re working with, you just might realize a whole different side to it. What stood out for me this week is the way our mentors passionately emitted the wealth of knowledge that they have worked for over the years. The experience and methods they’ve learned to perfect are only mastered by the years they have spent by hard work. I’m very thankful for Bruce, Jaime, Dan, and everyone else for showing us how easy it can be climbing a tree or pruning it and managing our weights. I’m looking forword for more training and educational trips like this.
(p.s. Everyone wants me to write about them in my blog at Adams. )