|Learning to play Shaahook|
|Exploring the Museum grounds|
|Coiled Clay pot making|
"The High Adventure Day was open to all Girl Scout Troops in the Imperial Valley" said Rea de la Cruz, the Troop Support Manager for Girl Scouts San Diego "including our Juniors, Brownies, Daises, and Cadets. We had great participation with one-fifth of all Girl Scouts in Imperial County coming to the event."
|Exploring desert plants on a hike|
|Walking Stick insect jumped at the chance to make new friends|
|A Western Shovel-Nose snake discovered on a hike|
"The Shaahook game is something we have not done before with a large group like this," said Marcie Rodriguez, Education Coordinator at the museum, "but it was really fun and competitive. It proved to be the most popular part of the event, with some groups staying 45 minutes past the end of the day to finish playing."
|Angelina Coble teaches Shaahook to a competitive group of scouts|
Special thanks to Rodrigo Bernal, Angelina Coble, Robin Dodge, Mary Fitzurka, and Albert Lutz for their help in making this event a fun day for everyone!