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... the area, and some natural makeups. Also, we had the chance to grind sugarcane into to a drinkable liquid. Next we spent time at the La Fortuna town. It is a relatively small town that doesn't take long to get around passing by a church in its center. There are a few shops surrounding the square and ice cream shop that I wish I had entered. Proceeding the short stop in town we were whisked away to take a hike in ...
... funny! But they are happy because now they have electricity and can use their cell phones. However some are a little disappointed to leave Campanario and get back to the high tech fast paced world we live in. Tomorrow we are going to milk cows and visit a biodigestor. Costa Rica is huge on Conservation. My students are starting to see how much us in the states waist so much energy and resources just because ...
... have four helpers! I just hope that these tropical fruits behave
similarly to the North American fruits I am familiar with and that the recipes
come out well.
I had written this morning and now I will follow up. The
workshop went great! The women were all excited to learn and actively
participated and asked many questions. We made so many things! We ran out of
jars and had to start putting things into any receptacle we would find. Once it
... the onset of carpel tunnel and the "S" key on my laptop is about to give out...BUT I have 60 pages field notes and chapter drafts, 35 pages of Blog stories and 30 pages of outreach materials...all single spaced. Not to toot my own horn or anything but I can't remember the last time I was this productive. I guess I am a lot closer to the final reports I mentioned above than I realized!
... what else did I
have to do for the day? So I packed my backpack with water, oranges and some
sweet bread I had bought from the women’s farm stand on Friday, but as I was
heading out the door Norma stopped me and took my arm leading me to the
restaurant. She introduced me to her son
Fabrico, who was visiting from San Ramone for the elections (on Sunday) and
used to work as a Canopy Tour Guide, he spoke very ...