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By Karla Pomeroy
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BIG HORN BASIN EDITION: Living for the ah-ha moments

WORLAND - Whether he is teaching, writing, taking photos or learning from his students, for Jeb Schenck, life is about the ah-ha moments.

 

June 22, 2018

Karla Pomeroy

Teacher, author and photographer Jeb Schenck stands besides some of his Shoshone photos he has taken, part of his "Chasing the Light" exhibit at the Washakie Museum.

WORLAND - Whether he is teaching, writing, taking photos or learning from his students, for Jeb Schenck, life is about the ah-ha moments.

Jeb was born and raised in Powell, Ohio, in what used to be a small, rural community, but is now a suburb of Columbus. He would come to Wyoming during the summers to visit his uncle who was a newspaper publisher in Lander. When it was time to select a college, he knew the University of Wyoming was the place for him, not only for the love of Wyoming, but also because of his desire to study geology and paleontology and UW's strong geology program.

However,...



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