Vol. 1 Num. 3
A Publication of the Project World Class
April 1999 
Upcoming  Field trips
by Jessica

     Last semester the class of Project World engaged in many fun outdoor field trips. These trips included the use of the ropes course and team building at Camp Lincoln, rock climbing, an overnight hike and a visit to the Brown center at UNH, where we learned about the wetlands. 

     This semester provided  more new and adventurous trips. March 17th  we went on a all day snow shoe hike at Pawtuckaway state park. In April we're hiking up the Nancy Pond Trail and spending the night there. Highlights  of this trip will include great views of waterfalls and time spent at a wilderness bog. 

    In May we're taking a day hike and visiting the local heron rookery in Danville. By the end of May we're  going on a overnight trip to the buffalo farm on Great Bay. We will be taking the whaleboat out on the bay. On the farm we will be learning about the buffaloes and supper may be cooked in a buffalo's stomach. Yummy! 

    I asked a few classmates what trip they're looking  forward to and here's what they had to say: 

Sarah said "I'm looking forward to the 
buffalo farm trip, because  I'm into the native 
American culture." Though she's not too excited to
eat food cooked in a buffalo's stomach. I don't 
blame her.
Tom Wilhelm  said he is also looking forward to
the buffalo trip, "because we'll be out on the lake
in the whaleboat."
  Dan Mercurio said " I'm looking forward to the 
buffalo/ whaleboat  trip, because I want to go
     So it seems after talking to people in the class and hearing people talking about it, the majority of the class are excited about the overnight trips, though all the trips should be equally fun. Can't wait! Keep reading Project World News to find out how the trips went and what kind of interesting  things happened.