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I almost forgot that the point of exchange was to continue your studies. Who knew? My first day of class in Tuesday was a shock- so much so that ten minutes into my philosophy class I knew I would not be doing it. I have since swapped to an easier (hopefully) philosophy subject called logic and critical thinking which should be interesting. Now that I have class ...
... entrance. As I transcended the stairs to the temple, I was greeted by a huge doe which I interpreted as an ambassador to this place. She looked at me unfazed and seemed to nod as I made my way to the great Buddha. At the door, I unhitched my sandals and stepped though the doorway into the sanctuary. Inside there were two pilgrims deep in mediation. Before me stood a giant 30 foot tall golden Buddha. This was not the fat Buddha that most of us know, but rather the ...
... br> the gorge. Now, Browns Park creates seasonally flooded wetlands during the migration season and then reduces pumping and wetland management after(May). After Browns Park, CO, we are on to CO including Steamboat Springs and - Rocky MT Natl Park - for the next 2 weeks or so
days of this journey.
June 8 Sunday
We left Norris campground in western Yellowstone Park in the
early am, planning to take showers and do our ...
... helpful, then
· Brown bears actually come in a variety of colours including black, red, blonde and cinnamon (during the Q&A session, a small child asked the question: "why are they cinnamon?" The ranger answered as best she could, until another child raised his hand and asked, “why are they red?” The ranger tactfully ignored the question. Naturally, “Why are they red?” became one of the quotes ...
While on the trail we saw a couple of popular alpine rodents, so I am going to write a little bit about them...
At first we saw a MARMOT sat on the rocks, basking in the sunshine! They are a type of squirrel and they spend their summer lounging around in the alpine meadows eating anything green! Winter is spent hibernating in short, simple burrows, which they dig among boulders with a grass-lined chamber at the end.