Fulltime RVer Joyce Caudell will be spending this summer “surrounded on three sides by 9,000′ tall snow-capped mountains and a large, clear lake” volunteering at Wallowa Lake State Park in northeast Oregon.
“Wallowa Lake is in a remote location that is a jump off to the Eagle Cap Wilderness,” says Joyce. “Amazingly beautiful landscape.”
The retired nurse has volunteered with the Nez Perce National Historic Park Service giving demonstrations and evening amphitheater programs about Nez Perce Nation cultural items. “I learned so much and fell in love with the Nez Perce people and culture, past and present,” she says.
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Photo: Joyce Caudell showing Native baskets to young visitors at Wallowa Lake State Park. (Courtesy of Joyce Caudell)