Classes and Havasupai

Well I may be heading back to Havasupai even though it’s closed for the next several months. They may let me back in if I volunteer to help reconstruct the campground and trails below the village. Every year for the rest of my life, I will travel to Havasupai because it is forever tied to my soul. The introspection I went through the night of the big flood was life-changing and the muddy water really spoke to me. Now I dream and contemplate the beauty that surrounds my life and I am grateful to be SO ALIVE!

Classes began this week and I am going full-time – eighteen credits. I borrowed the maximum amount on my student loan and purchased a Macbook and some photo editing software. Two of my classes are in photography and I’m seeing these big purchases as worthy investments to develop my talents. There is a strong need for me to produce more content but I need some industry-standard tools to do so.

Stay tuned! I’m going to write many thoughts in this journal…

Comments

  1. Nate, amazing about your experience at Havasupai. WOW!

  2. Good luck this semester–sounds like you’ve had a summer you won’t forget.

  3. Hi there,

    I’ve stumbled across your blog looking for information about volunteering to help restore the area down by the Supai village. I’m finding it hard to find the person or people I need to contact in order to get involved. If you’ve been successful on finding such information, I would be so grateful if you could pass it along. My e-mail is [email protected]

    Peace to you,

    Shawnna

  4. Susan Walter says:

    how do i volunteer at havasupai?

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