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Trip to Shasta Lake

An Interesting Outing: by Kim Min-ju & Branden Gemmill

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On July 3rd, we ventured off into the great wilderness of Shasta Dam. We traversed the area taking photos for some time, but soon the scorching hot whether hit us hard. We had to change positions and began our search for shelter from the sun. Beaten down by the rays of the sun, we received news that would not be able to visit the heart of the dam. Truly unfortunate indeed. I, as any proper adventurer was excited at the prospect of exploring the belly of the beast. Alas, the mysteries of the electrical generators of The Great Shasta Dam will remain just that. As the rest of the group was settling down in the shadows of a great pine, myself and Professor Arik Hern, embarked deeper into the mountains In search of a high peak to capture a photo of the beast resting with the weight of 29,740 acres of water. Drenched in sweat we continued strong until we reached the peak. Finally, there it was a magnificent view of the best resting. All of our hard work had come to fruition. The professor and I celebrated shortly before making our way back to the group. Upon arrival we heard that the group had enjoyed a leisure rest in the shade. Some play badminton, and others making quips enjoying their time together. A successful journey indeed.

On a very hot day on July 3, 2019, we visited Shasta Dam. In fact, we did nothing special exceptlook around Shasta Dam. But it was good to be able to take a lot of pictures with my friends, because it was pretty.

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June/July 2019 at a Glance

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