Kern River, CA - Spring 2020 - CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19
The REALM had an Adventure Week planned in May. We were headed to Kern River to Ride the Rapids and camp, and have all sorts of fun. Well, it seems that that plan is not going to work out, which is not great, because it has been WAY TOO LONG since the days of kissing camels.
Don’t worry, we are not saying goodbye to Adventure Weeks, we are just going to skip over this adventure. That means, for those of you who have signed up, you can opt for either a credit to your account or a full refund.
While you are swallowing the good news about money coming your way, so might the reality of “WAIT! What am I going to do with my kids on those days!!!!!” ….. Breathe.
Now remember, during the week of Adventure Week, regular classes are still in session on Mon., May 11. Starting on Tues., May 12, we will host tutoring and some more awesome workshops for all who would like to join at reduced prices to support our community. These workshops will take place Tuesday, May 12 – Friday, May 15. Here is the plan for some amazing online fun, learning, and connection:
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Thank you all so much for being such a resilient and supportive community!
Your Adventure Guides ~
Nathan, Jessie, Vic & The REALM
We are looking forward to another fantastic Adventure Week October 2 – 5!! This time we’re heading to the Julian, CA and we’ll be staying at William Heise County Park. We’ll be visiting a gold mine and a camel dairy, apple-picking, learning about the history of the area, and even having a hoedown 🙂
We hope you can join us! For more information on this amazing trip, please contact Nathan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park - Fall 2017
Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park never disappoints! We had a fantastic trip, checking out the amazing area, sights, wildlife, and hanging out with our community.
Yosemite National Park - Fall 2016
Adventure Week is always so much fun! In October 2016, we were back at Housekeeping Camp in Yosemite for more amazing times. We enjoyed playing in the river (many brave souls even managed a game of Red Rover, swimming across the cold water – wow!), hiking, star-gazing, and of course, fun campfires!
In March 2016 we headed to camp amongst the redwoods at Huckleberry Campground in the Redwoods State Park. Our main focus of our journey was to satiate our curiosity about the natural surroundings and historical significance of the coastal California redwood environment. We also searched for the elusive banana slug that is said to roam the forests in the area!
Catalina Island - Fall 2015