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Coming Home!

Well it’s 6:31 Easter Island time and I’m about 25 minutes out from Santiago, Chile. Where to begin. Yesterday was an incredible day from start to finish! The team got into the truck since we would be heading through some … Continue reading

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Reforestation

First, dinner out last night was great.  We were right on the waterfront with an exquisite view of the Pacific right out to the horizon!  Food was excellent and so was the service.  I’ll try to get a photo of … Continue reading

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Dig Day!

Today was our first work day.  I began at a second site where no work has been done but we were going to take sensor readings using an electric resistor device.  Amanda was in charge and 3 of us volunteers … Continue reading

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Crow Canyon, Day 2!

Last night we had an orientation to Crow Canyon and today we had a crash course in the history of the Pueblo people, recognizing artifacts such as bird and animal bones, different kinds of pottery, rocks of different uses, and … Continue reading

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Retirement Has Begun!

Well, school finished at 2:30 p.m. today.  A staff party was enjoyed by all in a beautiful country setting, very relaxing, cooler than in the city and everything I need from the classroom, I have.  The room is cleaner/tidier than … Continue reading

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