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As we close out our time in Ann Arbor we are continuing to reflect on our teaching practices. This week has inspired us ALL to want to go back into the classroom. Sorry Stacey. We've enjoyed meeting people from all over the world: India, Poland, New York (Lucy Caulkins' nephew), Wisconsin, Washington, D.C. (Sasha Obama's teacher), Missouri, Georgia, oh yeah, and even Cookeville,Tennessee. Today's learning was centered around building relationships ...
We explored Ann Arbor and The University of Michigan. We visited The Big House. It is pretty cool and a big stadium, but it does not compare to Neyland Stadium back home. Go Vols! The Matthaei Botanical Gardens were beautiful and full ofexotic plants from all the biomes of the world. Cindy teaches Garden Club at one of her schools and we learned some new ideas for their garden. ...
... us crash at their home for the next couple of days. We spend some time chilling out on the couch and tell Beejal and Arun of our travels and we share stories about National Parks. The boys are excitedly comparing notes on the parks they have visited and Hinesh questions Arun on the parks we haven’t visited (have a feeling he’s making a list of our places to see on our next US trip). Beejal and I share the same level of tolerance for hiking, we ...
... next year's version! Rating - 10 of 10.
The Band - We actually got two bands for this game, since the Notre Dame band played, too. Full disclosure: We didn't have the opportunity to move under the press box like I usually do to watch the marching bands, so we couldn't really see the formations as intended, and we couldn't hear the bands well since they don't generally play to the corner of the ...
Anyway, “The Big House” is amazing and deceiving from the environs because the highest rows of the stadium are just above street level. It’s built into the ground into a m*********** so there’s no way you can see its vastness and enormity until you are INSIDE.
We felt very much at home on Arbordale ...
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