- Created: Thursday, 03 September 2015 20:49
- Written by Blog Admin 1
Wednesday 2015-09-02 evening
We’d like to take a blog to thank some people and schools for the messages they’ve sent us. Our days can be pretty exhausting with the low temperatures, wind, occasional snow, and cold water, and we definitely get tired. The encouraging words and knowing that students are following our expedition makes all the work worth it.
“We are a kindergarten class from Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School in Lake Charles, LA. We are watching the map to see how far you have gone. Be careful.”
Thanks for following along with our journey. We hope you’re enjoying the blog posts and images and we look forward to sharing more with everyone when we get home.
“Good luck on your findings. My students and I in Weslaco, Texas will be following your journey. Safe travels.” Thank you for sharing in this expedition with us! We appreciate you taking the time to message us and be part of Elysium.
We would also like to take this blog to encourage schools, classes, teachers, education professionals, and essentially anyone who would like to be involved in Elysium while we’re traveling, to message us questions. We have a satellite unit capable of receiving messages of 160 characters or less and would enjoy getting questions that we can direct towards members of our Elysium team to answer via social media and/or this blog. Since we can only respond with 160 characters on our satellite unit, we will write longer and more in depth answers to your specific questions on FaceBook and our Elysium blog. If you’d like to do this, please follow the link below, click on “Message” and send us your questions! If you are representing a school, please include the name of your institution, or if you are a person, use the name you would like to be called on our response.
Thanks for being part of Elysium Epic and we look forward to more messages and questions soon!