Our first full day in the Tetons was full of discovery! Cross country skiing to learn about winter adaptations in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem was the order-of-the-day. Lots of people were getting outside their comfort zones trying cross country skiing for the first time. Students gained a deeper appreciation of this winter landscape as they tried their hand at watercolor painting. This evening, they had the opportunity to visit the Murie Museum here on the Teton Science School campus. It’s a world-renowned collection of Olaus Murie’s work as a naturalist. The group supported one another magnificently all day. We’re looking forward to snow-shoeing and snow science tomorrow!