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... who have gone before and seven newbies. We have seven white folk and six black folk. We number three men and ten women.
The team is divided into 4 sub-teams: Bible, music, recreation and crafts. Each team has prepared for what they know and tried to anticipate the unknown. They are taking rec equipment, Bible teaching aids, crafts material (enough to work with hundreds of children), and musical equipment. Everyone is taking a laptop ...
... know how much space BRAS take up?!?!?! I'm having a panic attack right now thinking about only taking 3 or 4 bras! And do I really need to take four swimsuits, four clubbing outfits, all those hair products, toiletries, and makeup? My poor back is going to hate me if I don't trim down the items that I am absolutely going to NEED.)
Anyway, this is probably the only entry I will make before my trip, so I will write again on the 27th! Until ...
... The team is prepped and ready to go. We have 10 people from ACAC going, two from CUBM, seven first timers and give veterans. The team has three men, nine women and is broken into four teams - the music, recreation, crafts and Bible lessons teams. Each one has prepared many special activities with some creative support materials.
We are each taking at least two bags, one for personal ...
... t think I did much noteworthy in Pittsburgh that time.
I went straight to Mount Washington again on this trip when I arrived in town to walk the cliffside promenade along Grand Avenue that faces directly across the Monongahela River to the Golden Triangle’s skyscrapers, probably one of the best views in an American city that isn’t from the top of another building, since we tend to build most of our cities in flat places where they can ...
... one I did see on my 2003 trip to Pittsburgh, even though pop art is not necessarily my favorite.
The Carnegie Museum of Art is surprisingly strong on works by American artists. I’m not sure why but I somehow thought a museum that bears the name of a Scottish-born industrial tycoon would own a collection heavier on European works. Maybe New York’s Frick Collection, the old private collection of another gilded age ...