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Epic Road Trip – Day 15 – September 3, 2010
Miles Driven: 500
Hurricanes Avoided: 1
Hurricane Earl came north, and we fled before it. Okay, it wasn't quite that dramatic. We were planning on leaving anyway as the campground was full up for the night. I’m sure all of those Labor Day campers were surprised to …
... the flight. My seat was still the same but the plane configuration was different - more seats - but I was still in the middle. The lady next to me was very nice when she got off, she started bringing down other people's briefcases and my day pack - just to be helpful. People were quite polite on that Bogota to Dulles segment.
I tried to call Kara from Dulles airport but no answer. I looked at some photos on the netbook and read some of ...
... is familiar. No matter what happens, I know where I am and what to do. And I know basically that nothing is going to happen. That is all pre-conceptual. It's nice to feel safe. Yet I love the exploration, love it. From the times I traveled Central America and South America by myself in my 20's, I will never get this out of my system. It's in my core.
(Sorry this is so delayed!!)
On October 18th, I got an email from Pam, the Dean's secretary,
Below, find the announcement about it, sent out today:
"Sent on behalf of Dean Evan Douglis –
Dear Members of the School of Architecture – Please join me in congratulating Erin Butler, who submitted the winning application for the new Brown's India Fellowship. Erin is our School’s first winner of this ...
Ron is a member of CHANY and the entire Ryan crew was there. The conference was great and I had a great time. While ron was attending the workshops I went sightseeing by myself.I walked over 15 miles, had lunch and tasted the water in the springs.