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News & Views - Aug, 1993 Issue #23 

by: Linda Shaffer/Lon Woodbury

BOUNDARYLINES, Bonners Ferry, Idaho 208-267-7797. Richard Armstrong has been assisting families this summer with his "way back in" Interim Program setting for students "between programs" in a cozy 3 level country style home.

GALENA RIDGE, Trout Creek, Montana 406-827-4440. Paul Clark and Cheri Des Marais are completing their first summer season with a "full roster" and are gearing up for their school year residential program of 5 boys.

NORTHWOODS TRAILSIDE SCHOOL, N. Idaho 208-267-7371. David and Meg Yeats completed their first summer season with students and staff viewing the recent meteor shower from a North Idaho mountain top and with families joining their children at the Yeats' home. They will be offering 2 eight week sessions this Fall and Winter.

EXPLORATIONS, Trout Creek, Montana 406-827-3863. Lorne and Penny Riddell have been remodeling and adding dormers and decks to their log home this summer along with Penny and the students doing lots of canning.

LOVELAND FARMS, Noxon, Montana 406-847-5518. Larry Culp reports their first Women's Trip was a real success. Educational consultant Katherine Kendall assisted in facilitating the 10 day wilderness workshop. They are planning a second Women's Workshop/Trip in September.

EAGLE MOUNTAIN OUTPOST, Sandpoint, Idaho 800-654-0307 Brenda Hammond expects Shiloh Outpost to be open for boys by the end of August. The initiation of the newly acquired property was in June by preparing a pit-cooked primitive feast for several visiting educational consultants.

SHAMROCK ED. ALTERNATIVE, Washington 509-226-3662. Brian and Betty O'Donnell are in the process of implementing a follow-up program for the families of their graduates where a counselor will go live with the families for the first couple of weeks after graduation.

MISSION MOUNTAIN SCHOOL, Condon, Montana 406-754-2580. John Mercer reports 23 students in their all girl program. They plan a trip in the near future to a dinosaur egg dig at Rocky Mountain Front near Pine Butte swamp. This is where the Jurassic Park story emanated from.

SPRING CREEK, Thompson Falls, Montana 406-827-4301. Steve Cawdrey says his first Family Intensive went really well. He is open to offering two more Intensives this year.

TYLER RANCH, Spokane, Washington 800-368-7159 Jon Tyler reports all 16 of his boys went through the Adventure Dynamics Ropes Course this summer, and the Rock climbing activity they did was especially successful considering the young age of most of the boys.

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