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... Tri introduced me about this building, Nagel Hall and his job, Resident Assistant. From the information he described, I know the history of this building and the hardware of this building. Also, I know more about his job, the work time, the way he work, and I feel that is not easy to take care of work and study at the same time. However, this is a hard thing, but I like challenge. So I might apply for to become a RA in the ...
... are basically a gazillion pillars inside canyons, very strange. Next was Zion National Park, which thankfully had some green and we enjoyed all the walks we did in that park, taking full advantage of the free shuttles which dropped you at the head of each trail. We stayed the night in St George and managed to find a lovely community church to attend Sunday morning. We quickly lowered the average age just by walking through the door, it was awesome, they had hymn books in the ...
... major because I feel like I have a lot more to find a niche that I really fit into. That's one of the major things I am taking away from these past few weeks is that this is all an awesome learning experience for me and there's a lot that I can get out of college. I don't think that thought would impact as much if I was still at home and around the same people.
Alright that is a lot for one day! I have to go get ready for a musical afternoon. Until next time!
This morning we went into Cherry Creek State Park. The park is situated in the middle of all the urban cities that surround Denver and is basically the flood plain behind a large flood control dam that was built in 1960 to protect Denver. It has a small lake at the dam and probably 1,000+ acres of land that could flood in a, once in 50 years, massive flood. The state then developed a lot of uses that could , if need be, withstand ...
... were rather weary by the time we got back.. Fortunately the roads are all excellent.
Friday was a bit cooler so we had a lazy day at home then went for a long walk around the park and past lots of beautiful old homes in the area. That night we watched an old 1964 movie on TV called ‘The Unsinkable Molly Brown’. It was loosely based on the Molly Brown whose house we visited here a couple of weeks ago. She had survived the Titanic and got that ...
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