I met the end of Maryland’s hot summer weather with a smile and journey to the eastern shore. I’m currently working as a Seasonal Employee for MD DNR. Although temporary in nature, the position does have it’s perks. LastContinue reading
It was summer in the U.S.; it was winter in Peru; I hadn’t stopped working but I was also on vacation… Now, the first weeks of this semester have been hectic. Let me begin byContinue reading
Why do countries with great natural resources wealth show lower growth rates than countries relatively poor in natural resources? Many poor countries are still rich in natural resources, however their usually primary exporter models don’tContinue reading
Take a walk through square-filled Savannah.
My recent trip to New Zealand also brought up an interesting question: can something ruined still create something beautiful?
Walking around in a forest of recycled materials slowly (VERY slowly) building upwards…
To tell you the truth, something that I was looking forward to, were the trips. I love traveling. I thought the trips were going to be a good way of learning something new, meeting new people, goingContinue reading
A couple weeks ago, we had the lovely four day weekend known as Fall Break. Although I used some of this time to catch up on school work, stupid TV, and house cleaning, I alsoContinue reading
For my final entry about Western Field Trip I was going to tell you about our informative and – compared to sleeping on the gym floor – comfortable time with Potlatch Timber Corporation; however, IContinue reading
After bidding Idaho a fond farewell, we drove our trusty vans to Missoula, Montana. Missoula is a charming college town, home to the University of Montana, tons of outdoor recreation stores, delicious restaurants and breweries,Continue reading