Shooting Star Bed and Breakfast
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... tuning our pack lists and checking for weight vs. necessity. The weather here in Tahoe has not been conducive to riding/training in the last two weeks but as the title says: we have " lots of time". Looking forward to meeting Maureen. Dick says great things about her and on the phone she sounds both competent and ...
... I wrapped my towel round myself and opened my door and had just enough time to get out before a completely naked man ran in!! He had burned himself somehow and there were tons of people ferrying cold water up from the sinks and chucking it on him. I was just left stood there in my towel thinking what on earth is going on! It's 10pm and I have no idea what happened to the guy. I think he went of to hospital but then ...
... by surreally coloured rocks and hills. Almost spilling into the site is a large field of solidified lava from a 15th century eruption. Its a dramatic and beautiful place. Its also popular with tourists both foriegn and Icelandic because of its natural hot springs which people come to bathe in.
Right on time, the rain begins not long after we arrive so I quickly put up my tent before I get too wet. This is not so easy as the ...
... breakfast restaurant in the universe where our dreams came true. The Old P.O. is a second home to Jenn given she worked there off and on for 10 years before leaving the US for rainier shores (aka the UK) and Frank and Linda greeted Mom and Pop Harris with open arms. After gorging ourselves, we made our way to Jenn's favourite beach, Moondunes, to bask in the Alpine sun. Jenn's dad, Randy, joined up with frisbee in hand and showed the Brits ...
... is an inseparable partnership between the brain and body.
3. Emotion is the gatekeeper to learning and performance.
#2 reminds us that students learn through movement and real-life experiences that they can connect to.
#3 is especially important for us to keep in mind in our inner-city school environment where many of the students come to school each day carrying heavy emotional baggage.
After we finished our brain ...