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26 March, 2002

Weather Cloudy
High 27
Low 9 with Afternoon Flurries

Howard Luke Camp

We were invited to teach

Snow and Ice science to a group of elementary students at Howard Luke Camp. Students arrived in a school bus and walked across the frozen Tanana River to begin their Native and Alaskan experience. Split up in smaller groups, students had the opportunity to parcticipate in all the following sessions: Snowshoeing, Ice fishing, Native storytelling, Snow and Ice science, and Native recreation.

1. Athabaskan women lead the way across the river to Howard Luke Camp.

2. This cabin was our resting and eating area.

3. Martin advises best snow sampling technique.

4. Ice fishing station

5. Ready to head home from HLC.

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