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... through a cross-sectional
survey, in depth interviews and field notes. This will be a pilot study to
validate the survey design and will open doors for further research. Results
from this participatory study will be applied to improve Extension programming
in the future to better serve the community as well as provide a framework for
future research in other communities. ...
... boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, and horseback riding. There are lots of hiking trails. The reservoir is large and the land around is mountainous and beautiful. It was amazing how close to town this area is. It started raining with lightening and thunder while we were up there so we decided to head back to the campsite. When we get back we'll start packing and getting ready to leave in the ...
... swarm of wasps flew out from the left side mirror!! On the way back, we'd hoped they had all cleared but they were waiting and hurried into the nest while we were driving up the street!! Corey came out and sprayed it so fingers crossed there won't be another fright like that!!
The best medicine after a heavy night? Hairy Dog!!!
We went to Road 34 as I had not been there before! It's not only a bar but a bicycle shop too, so most of ...
My day began at 4:30am this morning. I finished loading the car and got on the road at exactly 5am. My goal today was to drive 800 miles and end at my Grandma's house in Columbia Missouri. 40 miles into my drive it began to snow. It quickly turned into blizzard conditions with accumulation of about 2 inches. I was driving right into the heart of the storm and it was still dark. Fortunately I have new tires ...
... time. We drove through the Rocky Mountains, hiked to scenic view points and stayed in a cabin deep in the woods! We even drove the famous Trail Ridge highway. This road is the highest continuous motorway in the United States, with more than eight miles lying above 11,000' and a maximum elevation of 12,183'. We had a panoramic view of the snowy Rockies the whole time! As luck would have it, my camera battery died, but pictures never ...