Summer Fieldtrip Recommendations
Notebook and at least 4 pens
Clothing (for 6 days)
- A towel
shoes for walking/hiking
- Visor or
- Film if needed
Bottle/Container to carry all the time
- Address Book
- Travel Journal
- Mesh Bag for
*Please consult your local health center or personal physician
for help in planning your trip's medication needs. You are
responsible of your own health.
- If you need special food preparation,
we will have coolers to keep your food cold.
- Cold Medicine
- Contact Lens
- Dental Floss
- Skin Care
- Shaving Cream
- Blow Dryer
- Arrange for
care of pets, lawn and house plants
- Set-up a timed
- Check timed
night lighting system
- Leave house
key and trip itinerary with a family member
refrigerator (If needed)
possible fire hazards (unplug appliances, etc.)
- Turn down
- Turn off water
valuables in a safe place
- Lock all doors
- Everyday Bag:
In transit it will hold all of the valuables you want to keep
close: tickets, mini-camera and reading material.
- First-Aid Kit:
A compact travel health kit is a must for every traveler. (we
will have one kit in the bus)
- Travel Watch
or Alarm: It should be quartz or battery operated, lightweight,
water resistant, shock resistant and reliable.
- Pocket Knife:
Travelers might find the following features handy: A basic
blade, can and bottle opener, scissors, tweezers and corkscrew.
Flashlight/Head Lamp: Light a hallway, read in a train
compartment, or study a map under the stars.
Protect your eyes from harmful ultraviolet and infrared
radiation, especially if you are traveling at higher altitudes.
- During the
fieldtrip, you will be ask to complete a UB-TAH survey
for every given lecture. This task of completing surveys
- A Positive
Attitude: Travel sometimes means expecting the unexpected:
delays, detours, unfamiliar surroundings, and perhaps different
people and views. So, remember always to take along a big smile.
- If you have
a complaint during the fieldtrip, please talk with me
privately at anytime. Be positive, this is a learning
experience for all of us.
- You are
going to be in a double occupancy room every night, so be
friendly with your roommate.
- On the bus
we will have snacks, foods and
drinks available at all time,
PLEASE, TAKE ONLY WHAT YOU NEED.
need information about the UB-TAH the address is:
UB-TAH, USU Uintah
987 East Lagoon (124-9)
Roosevelt, Utah 84066
Antonio Arce, Project Coordinator
Phone: (435) 722-1736
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