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... inside your mind, the desire to continue teaching and have valuable class experiences juxtaposed with an entirely unpredictable schedule and the Chinese predilection for interminably long periods of studying for tests, i.e. memorizing things and not giving a **** about anything new or fun you may be trying to accomplish in class. Couple these things with the fact that I'm leaving this city and this school, and you end up with an ...
... get gestured in the right direction. Given the poor conditions we skipped climbing a number of the peaks as there really would have been no view at all, which on the plus side saved our legs from at least 1000 more steps! Despite the cloud we enjoyed the well paved walk, with thousands of steps going over the mountain, passing Flying Rock (a huge boulder perched on a vertical drop), a narrow chasm, Lotus Peak ...
... my closet and put up my winter clothes and got out my spring/summer clothes. But, alas, winter decided to turn around and wave goodbye, apparently, as it is now back down around 40 degrees. I'm just going to tough it out with my light windbreaker jacket because I don't want to get out my winter clothes again. I prefer winter anyway, so it wont be too bad for me.
So here are a collection of pictures from the end of winter and beginning of Spring: ...
... dinner is the first real Thanksgiving dinner that Mary and I have had in China, and it was great. She and Gen got together and cooked everything up, managed to get a Turkey (those are not cheap here, or easy to find- we couldn't easily find one in Zhuhai because there were more foreigners there), and they made some stuffing and casserole. It was a wonderful time with our close brothers and we're grateful for it!
... of the one day that we got some real snow in Hefei (that's a rare happening), some pictures of the neighborhood dog, and outside the new EPC where we'll be teaching next semester (unfortunately, the director forgot to get the key, so we weren't able to go inside the new EPC).
I hope you all enjoy,