With something as simple as a 30° cool down in temperature from the last time we were in these canyons can make a big difference on how we see what goes on through these canyons.
When the heat isn’t actively making our bodies feel worse by the hour, we are able to open our vision from direct goal of hike in supplies and hike out (as quickly as possible) to taking the time and exploring and searching for more clues.
Cooler temperatures allows our groups to stay out for hours longer than before, and allow us to get further into these canyons. Now, in typical desert fashion, the temperatures are dipping fast.
Now we are in the cold season, and the supplies we leave out now are water gallons, pop-top canned food, socks, beanies, gloves, flannel shirts/thermal base layers. Donations of these items are greatly appreciated, along with sharing our social media posts. Thank you!
Thank you to everyone who has continued to show up on a regular basis. Thank you everyone for reaching out about volunteering, your support and understanding during the pandemic. As soon as it’s safe for us to start taking larger groups, we will. Please stay tuned to our social media accounts and our weekly newsletter.
For any questions about Water Drops or our Water Drops during Covid, reach out to Water Drop Program Co-Director James Cordero, firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your continued support! Link in bio to donate to our work.
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