Students: Good luck Teachers: Good luck Here’s an inspirational close-up photo of some lichen to help you through these first few exciting days! As a way to break the ice, […]
Glacially molded bedrock and striations? Me too.
I’m moving back to Maine this week and U-Haul is my moving truck of choice. I was overjoyed by their email, which ended with: Moving to Maine? Did you know… […]
Most people don’t pay much attention to spring time leaves. BUT THEY ARE AMAZING! The colors are just as diverse as in the autumn, and the feeling of warmth and […]
I traveled to New Zealand this February (2017) and was lucky to have fantastic weather in Aoraki / Mt Cook National Park. Tasman Glacier is the biggest glacier in New […]
Scientists and artists require a lot of the same skills – work with different materials, be able to work independently and with others, be able to communicate your thoughts to […]
I have respect for the environment, animals, women, and people of different backgrounds, races, status. I know it is odd to group all of these things together, but I have […]