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Remember: Status Update: What I learned on my Summer Vacation.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Status Update: What I learned on my Summer Vacation.

Hello all.

Having recently started my first fall semester since 2006, my blog updates have been a little slow lately. I am going to continue posting, no worries, but with schoolwork being my priority these days, it may be a little less frequent.

I will have posts on some local nature centers in the coming days and I will complete my travels to all the canal parks in the Lehigh Valley.

The great thing about this blog is that without it, in all likelihood, I would not be in school right now. I certainly would not be an Environmental Science major. When this began, writing this blog was something to do to occupy myself following my lay off from Starbucks.

Over time, this blog became more than an activity to pass the time. I became focused on it and I really began to love sharing my experiences in our parks and wildlands with you.

I am even more excited now because what I will be doing at Muhlenberg College will have a an awesome affect on what I am writing here. This semester, I will be traveling to local wild lands for school and will actually be doing a study on the water quality at Cedar Beach. I will absolutely be sharing those results here.

So, forgive me if I post a bit less now and then. I'm still here. I should have a Cedar Beach Construction update soon as well.

Thanks for reading. There is much more to come.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very interesting, Andrew.

FYI, here's what I learned:


Part 1: Overview

Part 2: George Usry

Part 3: Lucille White

Part 4: Still Duped By O'Hare?

September 9, 2009 at 6:36 PM  
Anonymous monkey momma said...

Good luck with school. Keep your focus on your degree, and all will be well. Your story is very inspiring - I can't wait to read more!

September 9, 2009 at 6:53 PM  

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