Rain Makers in the Rain Forest
For the week of May 17 – 21, the brave 10th graders from the Seattle Waldorf High School returned to the Timber Forest for a week of living, working,and study. Keeping true to the class’ tradition of always bringing rain with them, they had a wet week – just as they did in the Fall. In spite of the rain, they did much useful work, including completing the “For the Birds” trail, building the new “Ravens’ Way” trail, and getting started on the measurements and math involved in calculating wood volume for our young stands. Here is a sampling of their artwork and experiences. The breadth and depth of their artwork deserves more complete sharing than we are able to do here.