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... world from metro poles such as Boston and New York. We found ourselves in the countryside and were surrounded by beautiful farms, farm animals and fields that stretched out in front of us. When our stomachs started to make noises, we found a lovely place that served us a real Amish dinner: meatloaf, chicken pot pie, noodles, vegetables and soofly pie for desert. As the sun went down we hopped back in the car and drove to a motel only an hour away from Washington to have a good night ...
This city, also popularly referred to as Red Stick, will be on the list of best places to relocate. The real estate of the city offers different types of Baton Rouge apartments, single houses, and condominiums at affordable places. It will have got a strong economy based on many thriving industries, such as oil refineries, iron industries, petrochemicals, and film and television industry. This historic city delivers ...
This city, also popularly known as Red Stick, may very well be among the list of best places to relocate. The real estate of this city offers unique variations of Baton Rouge apartments, single homes, and condominiums at affordable places. And also use a strong economy sustained by many thriving industries, for example oil refineries, iron industries, petrochemicals, and film and television industry. This historic city is ...
... of the perfect lawn, the cute squirrels, the First Lady's veggie garden, the impressively imperious admin building next door and the rooftop aerials on weaponry half hidden behind some pot plants (decoy or dangerously real?).
Our touristy stroll, with obligatory photos, past the White House was quite dull in comparison to our chat with the 'security' guards on the NE corner.
"Hello boys. & where are you from?" ...
I'm going to try to keep this blog while I travel to Greenland for the Joint Science Education Partnership. I'll be there working with two other Einstein Fellows and 5 students from the United States. We will be flying on a Hercules C-130 from an Air National Guard base in Albany, NY to Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. There we will meet Greenlandic and Danish students as well as their teachers. We will learn about and even conduct some polar research ...