Greatest Snow On Earth!!!

For RRH Students, Martin Luther King Jr. day was a gorgeous sunny day filled with a lot of snow, laughs, adrenaline, frybread, and hot chocolate! After waiting for the bus to show up (an hour late), we had an awesome day enjoying the Southern Utah Snow as we spent the day tubing at the Sand Ledges near Fishlake. As promised, here are some pictures. Click on the link next to the descriptions to see the pics. Thanks to the Student Council for taking the pictures. Vote for your favorite by clicking on the “comments” link at the bottom of this post!
Students exit the bus and hike to the tubing hill. 2008-tubing-trip045e.JPG

Navajo Snow Rodeo. 2008-tubing-trip049e.JPG

Even going backwards and faster than the speed of light, having the right tunes keeps Abraham calm. 2008-tubing-trip058e.JPG

The cheering section waits for the next wipeout. 2008-tubing-trip062e.JPG

Navajo Snow Train derails! 2008-tubing-trip063e.JPG

Dennisha Bradley and Natasha Bitsinnie take a break from the action to rest and laugh at the other crazy kids! 2008-tubing-trip079e.JPG

Staff and Student Council make frybread, chili, and hot chocolate to ensure all students have enough energy to keep trudging up the hill!




The Navajo Express starts another run. 2008-tubing-trip096e.JPG

Gregory Clyde, Alton Chee, and Staci DeMarrias enjoy the sunshine. 2008-tubing-trip106e.JPG

This is why we don’t ride the Navajo Express! 2008-tubing-trip118e.JPG

Ryan Etsitty, Xavier Kaibetoney, and Brandon Sanderson prove that three daredevils are better than one…or at least FASTER!!! 2008-tubing-trip123e.JPG

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