Seminar Leader UncommonSeminars.com
You are a great story teller, and have created a wonderful way to incorporate your experiences into your work, and then touch the hearts of so many. I'm certain you continue to make a difference in many people's lives. You have in mine.–Deb Harley
The Kopka River was, by far, the most complete and enjoyable wilderness experience I have had to date. Rob's leadership and expedition experience was a big part of making this a successful trip, I would highly recommend traveling with Rob if ever you get the opportunity and I know I will look forward to my next chance to do the same!–Michael A. Branham
From time to time, we all have experiences that change who we are and how we look at life. The paddling adventure that was led by Rob Kesselring was this kind of experience for me. I came away from that adventure with a refreshed sense of life, my heart and mind were reshaped.–Darlene Patterson
Rob's competence and steadiness and his being one with the waters and the surrounding nature allowed a physically and emotionally challenging men's trip to become an exhilarating adventure of self exploration.–Peter S.
No other class has influenced my teaching philosophy as profoundly as the BWCA class did. This course placed me into my students' shoes and reminded me of the excitement, apprehension, and sense of accomplishment my students experience daily. The whole structure of the class reinforces the role of teacher-leader: As educators, we cannot passively do what we are told but instead search out opportunities to strengthen and challenge ourselves just as we want our students to.–Diane Temple
On a recent canoe trip down the Rio Grande River in Texas, my friend Rob Kesselring prepared what I think is the world’s best traditional bannock.–Cliff Jacobson
I appreciated the organizational aspect of the trip, your experience was obvious and evident, but not pushy. I liked your leadership approach/style. You let us participate in every aspect of decision making, but when tough decision needed to be made you stepped forward to make the choice. An interesting memory was, shortly after Paul mentioned he had never seen a Moose, you went on a mission to find one for him. Within what seemed like 20 minutes you spotted the Moose and her two calves, who we then noticed were being stalked by a black bear. .–David Lasslett