Posted by: Stefan Anderson | September 27, 2014

Standing By at Pictured Rocks

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Two of Conserve School’s Exploration Week groups are hiking along the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore this weekend. The area is known for its beautiful sandstone cliffs, beaches, lush forests, waterfalls and trails. It also includes historic sites like the Au Sable Light Station. Because this national park area is about 180 miles from Conserve School we have a couple of staff members spend the week in the area to provide assistance if necessary. This fall Assistant Director of Student Life Sherrie Daubner and Director of Dining Services Scott McFarland took the assignment. Yesterday they hiked to the Au Sable Light Station. Along the way they passed through the camp of one of our groups and met them briefly. They sent back some photos from their hike to give us a feeling for the beauty the two Pictured Rocks hiking groups are encountering.

Enjoy!

Stefan Anderson
Head of School

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