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Exploring Yosemite and Northern California

Wednesday, 28. September 2016

At Dragonfly, students engage in adventure based trips throughout the year to explore new edges, deepen peer relationships, and develop self-confidence to try new experiences. This year Brittany “B.C.” Carter’s caseload traveled down to Yosemite National Park where we camped and explored the beautiful landscape together. Some of our more noteworthy experiences within the park included the…

Olympic National Park Caseload Trip

Friday, 23. September 2016

Composed by a different student each day of the trip.  Friday 9/9 In the morning we explored Fort Stevens in NW Oregon, which was used to protect the Colombia River. After exploring for three hours we started the drive to Olympic National Park. We saw a whale on the way, but Sarah said that she didn’t get to…

Dragonfly in Glacier National Park

Wednesday, 14. September 2016

Several Dragonfly Transitions students and staff recently traveled to the stunning Glacier National Park in Montana. The following is an excerpt from one of their incredible hikes and includes a student’s insight into how this trip offered an opportunity for self-reflection and realization about his life’s work. By Zach It was a cloudy Saturday morning at St. Mary’s campground….

Rafting the McKenzie River

Friday, 12. August 2016

By Elliott VanZandt 10 Dragonfly students and 2 staff recently drove 4 hours north to Blue River, Oregon to raft the McKenzie River. Along the way we checked out the second tallest waterfall in Oregon, Salt Creek Falls, which has an average of 50,000 gallons of water per minute flow over the 286 ft. drop…

International Adventure and Service Trip to Cambodia

Tuesday, 2. August 2016

Six Dragonfly students recently embarked on a very special journey to Cambodia with a Dragonfly therapist and an experienced mentor. The trip combined service work, international travel, and cultural immersion. Among the experiences, students volunteered at an elephant refuge, taught English to Cambodian children, and visited World Heritage Site Angkor Wat. Here are some highlights from the trip written by…