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Friday brought the first off-campus experience for this year's Hoggatteers. We loaded the buses shortly after 8:30, bound for Bluff Dwellers Cave in Noel, Missouri. Students were very well behaved on the bus ride, remaining quiet and staying seated.
Once we arrived, everyone was extremely excited to get started. We had a short wait for our turn in the Browning Museum. The wait gave us the opportunity to spot all kinds of wildlife and evidence of wildlife on the property. Walking sticks, glow worms, frogs, lizards, snake skins, crinoid fossils, butterflies, ants, and chipmunks were among our findings.
After our museum visit, we also had some time to wait for our tour of the cave. Hoggatteers enjoyed their time in the outdoors.
After the tour, our group was more than a little bit hungry. We marched ourselves down the steep, rocky steps to find our lunches and drinks waiting for us. The other three classes were already finishing, and we had just a short time to swallow our food before loading the buses for our return trip.
Watch for more photos from our trip in the next few days.
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