A beautiful day at Crowder’s Mountain with some of our Greenville Tech friends from Egypt! Check out Mahmoud showing us how it’s done.
We don’t really know what’s left to say about Steve that hasn’t already been said. Steve is the man. And he was born in Canada. He started as our first intern last summer and turned out to be awesome at what he does. Steve spent the last year at Greenville Tech Honors College and is […]
GOAT sighting on the sharp end in Heuco, TX. Thanks Nate!
The third intern we have the pleasure of introducing is our only girl intern for the summer, Rachael Holst. Rachael just finished her senior year at Furman and will be leaving for nursing school at Samford at the end of the summer. Rachael is originally from Wyoming and rides horses, like a real life cowgirl. […]
Our second 2011 intern that we have the pleasure of introducing is Robbie Gilson. Robbie might be the smartest person to ever work at GOAT. Currently working towards Music and Religion degrees at Furman, Robbie is basically an expert at the Euphonium. Don’t know what a Euphonium is? Don’t worry, neither did we (think little […]
This summer we’re honored to have the experience of Alex Smith onboard at GOAT. Alex is a Outdoor Leadership major at North Greenville University, so we’re really not joking when we say he knows more about some of this stuff that we do. Alex has experience with students and the outdoors at Camp McCall and […]
A few weeks ago, on February 16th, a great man passed away. My uncle, Charlie McCrary, went to heaven after living the last 30 years of his life with a severe head injury, and the last 7 weeks with brain cancer. Charlie was the kind of guy who left you changed just by knowing him. […]
Another GOAT sighting outside of Denali National Park, Alaska Thanks again Pete!
Mud Run Fundraiser Check it – we’re trying to get some teams together to to the Mud Run as a fundraiser to send some kids on trips! Each team will try to raise $1,000 total and all of their expenses (plus some other goodies) will be paid for. That is, if you can handle it. […]
The New Testament contains roughly 366 coherent units of Jesus’ teaching. Called pericopes, these units are sets of verses that form a unit of thought used for public teaching…more than 50 percent of them occurred in the outdoors, whereas 16 percent occurred indoors. (the remaining 33% is unknown) -Ashley Denton, Christian Outdoor Leadership