Wildlife Museum

TechieForLife Students Visit The Wildlife Museum

TechieForLife students plan their activities…

Recently, we took a trip to the local wildlife museum.

It consisted mainly of themed exhibits featuring taxidermied animals in lifelike mock-ups of their habitats.

Since Cam brought his kids with us, I mainly spent the time showing his baby son the various exhibits.

Notably, they had a children’s room that included a taxidermied polar bear that you were free to touch.

Overall, I would recommend the place for visiting families and their kids.  —Dylan, TFL student

Bowling with TFL students

TechieForLife Student’s Activity Going Bowling

Going bowling…

with TFL was one of the first activities we did after I first got here.

It was pretty fun.

I’m not very good at bowling but everyone was encouraging and I even used the kiddie dragon slide to help my game.

It didn’t help.

But it was pretty funny.

Everyone seemed to have a good time.  —Joseph TFL Student

Hike

TechieForLife Student’s Experience With The Chuckwalla Trail Hike

 

A TechieForLife student’s experience with the Chuchwalla trail hike:

At the beginning of enrolling to TFL, I thought I would like to hike.

Months later, I didn’t like it because some terrains are too high for me that require an old rope to hold on, or to climb; wrong clothing to wear, especially anything made out of cotton; and careless people who forgot to remind everyone to apply sunscreen.

But the Chuckwalla was a fine hike. There some huge steps, but I went over them.

At the end, we see a whole view of a neighborhood.

While I was going back, I saw Cam and Dallin trying to climb up a boulder with no equipment. It made me cringe when they did that because they’re close to a cliff.

I’ve already been to this trail last year, but it was worth it. -Dave TFL student

Tour by WIndham

Western Sky Warbird Museum Tour By TFL Student Windham

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Windham was able to show the students around and help give the tour of the

Western Sky Warbird Museum…

We were able to go visit the museum where Windham volunteers.

They had a lot of older planes and some of us got to sit in one.

A lot of the pilots had come with their own fighter jets to the show. —Amber, TFL student

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