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These kinds of details are too much to care about when going full bore and everything has to be interpreted. The important part was that it was dry, the floor was flat, there was enough bedding to make a pillow fort, and I had bought the right power converter at the airport so waking up to music on the laptop was possible.
She was rad.
First the arboretum: through much petitioning and hoop jumping, the school had convinced the city of Kavalerava to let them take the abandoned, ruble-filled lot that was their back yard and do with it what they wanted. They turned it into a contest and put out a call for des. An 8th grader won, and with some help from a local professional, a mini-arboretum was born. The ecology trail is about a mile long, features a variety of ecosystem types and winds up at the towns most prominent feature — a granite monolith defying the forces of erosion and jutting chin-ward to the sky.
The natural history museum had 3 exhibits: Minerals; the Sea of Japan; and Geologic Excursions which is what they call fieldtrips.
The benefits Alexandra pointed out that had resulted from these combined projects were, increased scientific knowledge, community engagement and biological preservation. I want to steal that and make it our new tagline. What did we have to teach these people? But teach we did and Tony and Sally both played their parts masterfully. I think Tony may have been channeling some Mic Jagger from our morning inspiration.
I loved simply observing. There were about 40 kids, ages ranging from 8 — 14 so Tony and I divided and conquered. He took the younger group first and then we flip-flopped after 15 minutes. The kids eventually got what was going on, and more importantly, so did Nastia and I could see her wheels turning as she thought of how to tweak it for native Russian trees I had used PACNW natives.
The message about finding your niche in life and adapting to change was completely lost, but we found ourselves burying the smallest race contestant in grass, so we got the enjoyment part. We headed back inside for a brainstorming session on how to partner with Vlad BG, ate more cakes, drank more tea, and then it was back on the road.
Destination, Ternei, a little village 5 hours north along the coast. As I walked to the parking lot I was still buzzing from all the kid attention and special Russian teaAbc adult match girl in arboretum somehow got ushered into a van other than ours. She figured it would be a great chance for her students to practice English and I went along with it. They turned out to be really great kids, and really nice people with matching camo and we bonded. I found out later that Sally had also ridden solo, but in another jeep, and Tony had ridden with our hosts from Vlad BG and Ivan or driver, a former military pilot.
It was comical, but this is what I had come to expect in Russia — relax, go with it. Dear Patrick, with great interest we read your emotional notes on your trip from Kavalerovo to Ternei. I use it as an ABC book to restore my a little forgotten English. University of Washington Botanic Gardens.Abc adult match girl in arboretum
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