If you follow me on Facebook, you know that I am not very happy with the Facebook experience. There is more about this coming, but for now, let it be known that my presence on Facebook is probably not going to continue much longer. (Just to be clear, I am referring to my personal Facebook page, not the PO page, which will stick around being fed by instagram, with the occasional post.)
However, I am really enjoying Instagram. I like the simplicity. So if you are interested in sticking with me on social media, your best bet is Instagram.
This weekend is kind of a big deal, I am teaching my last Wilderness First Aid class of the year, and it has been six months since I have taught one. In my opinion WFA classes are the hardest things to teach. You have relatively little time to teach a tremendous amount of information. You have to coordinate moving thirty students outdoors and indoors without losing time, and dealing with weather. You also have to balance all of this with another instructor. While I know the course will go just fine, it is a lot of teaching and I am feeling a little out of my normal grove. In January I teach (and precept a new instructor) another one. Then I have one in February in a location I haven't taught it before, which is another level of stress.
So to keep this weekend interesting, I am going to do my best to post a bunch of shots, and maybe some video on instagram. Want to see what a WFA course looks like, follow me there.