My friend Prof. Nancy Llewellyn of Wyoming Catholic College sent the following:
Since you’re a fan of Wyoming and a strenuissimus fautor of Latin, I thought you might be interested to know that the Latin Program here at WCC has taken a big step forward with the successful conclusion last Saturday of our first-ever Latin Immersion Outdoor Weekend. Nine students and four faculty spent four days backpacking through a portion of the Bridger-Teton National Forest in central Wyoming, in a trek that included a climb to the spectacular summit of East Temple Mountain. All participants spoke only Latin for the entire duration of the trip. I’ve included a few photos illustrating our experience.
All cordial greetings to you, Father.
Omnia vobis quaeque optima exopto omnibus!
And since this was in WYOMING I will put in a shameless plug for Mystic Monk Coffee because they are in Wyoming. They are in a different part of Wyoming, but they are there.
So, refresh your coffee or tea supply now.
But… a couple shots from the Latin fun in the mountains of Wyoming. This is what students get to do there!