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MOUNTAINEER TRACKS – January 2018

MOUNTAINEER TRACKS  - January 2018

Ms. Lauren Green, our Academic Team advisor, is preparing our academic team for their competition on Thursday, January 4th.

BOOK REVIEW: Pachinko by Jin Min Lee – January 2018

BOOK REVIEW:  Pachinko by Jin Min Lee - January 2018

Lee secures our attention and keeps it on a tight leash throughout. Her characters are complex, sympathetic, and highly individuated.

FIELD NOTES: THE WRONG HOLLOW – January 2018

FIELD NOTES: THE WRONG HOLLOW - January 2018

Toxic squirrels? Could it be that our red squirrels are so toxic that their predators won’t eat them? Well it appeared this way as I left two fresh killed up where I set my trail cam, which is usually baited with meat table scraps, and, as always scavenged by coyotes, bears or raccoons the first night.

JUST PHYLLISOPHY: FIRST REAL SNOW -January 2018

JUST PHYLLISOPHY: FIRST REAL SNOW -January 2018

Inside and cozy while it snows.

GARDEN THERAPY: Man Versus Nature – What is a garden anyway? – January 2018

GARDEN THERAPY:   Man Versus Nature – What is a garden anyway? - January 2018

I actually like Wikipedia’s take on it much better: A garden is a planned space, usually outdoors, set aside for the display, cultivation and enjoyment of plants and other forms of nature. The garden can incorporate both natural and man-made materials.

THE WAY WE WERE – January 2018

THE WAY WE WERE  - January 2018

World War I is affecting Andes in ways small and large.