By Tom Ekman, Science teacher.
On the last day of the Fall semester, Sierra students carried out their traditional, celebratory hike through our spectacular desert and ocean surroundings. Our goal in this particular hike was to explore the “secret” routes that wind through our coastal community. This route carried us through secret paths filled with flowers, over big sand dunes to the turtle hatchery, and up a rocky headland with world-class views up and down the Baja coastline.
At one point, students found a perfect rocky launching pad for crazy jumps onto a sand dune; much hilarity and dramatic photos followed.
We concluded with a walk through our state-designated pueblo magico, Todos Santos, and enjoyed the tradition of an ice cream party toend the semester in style.
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