Mill on the Soar
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We've arrived. We've done it. Portland, OR, USA to Leicester UK, overland by bus and train as far as practically possible. We feel happy. Here are the interim stats...
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... at was the Loaded Dog. I decided it was time to go home, but when I walked out I got a big hug from Izzy who had just arrived to the pub with the American Studies bar crawl group. She convinced me to stick around for a while and I had a lot of fun. As I'm writing this, I'm thinking maybe I should give up trying to make completely new friends and just try to be closer friends with all of Ruth's friends she introduced me ...
... Archaeology is something I'm surprised I was never interested in prior to this semester. I'm really enjoying the class, and I'm currently writing a paper on the monuments of neolithic Europe. I had the option of writing on Mesoamerica and the rise and fall of Teotihuacan society, which I'm infinitely more interested in, but I decided to write about Europe since I'm here. Latin America is so full of ruins and jungles that my imagination runs wild with the possibility ...
... baseball’s national anthem “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” with gusto. I love it, and Jen did too. Sure it helped that it was a sunny day and the home team won, but a trip to the States feels incomplete without taking in a game. Our time in San Francisco was amazing enough to crown the end of any adventure, but there was a special reason why we had chosen it as our final destination, there was a wedding. Our friends Jennie & Dixon were getting married ...
We made it to the end of the first week-wow!
Travel School-Not so bad so far. I truly believe that teaching kids in SUBJECT units vice separate subjects is the way to go. And hands on teaching, in science or history is irreplaceable. Kids aren't always game for every activity but we have managed to make it a week. If only I could remember to take the weather measurements every day. ...