I like this leaf.
My birthday happened, which was neat. Thanks for the lovely wishes to those of you who sent them.
The main event of the past few months occurred on April 21-22. Rachel Graham, who is a director with the Wildlife Conservation Society, and is known as the “Jane Goodall of Sharks”, happens to live in Punta Gorda. Her organization is trying to get students in Belize to see the sharks that live off the coast, in an effort to improve Belizeans knowledge of them. She organized for twenty students from my school to take an overnight trip to the Belize Zoo and then to go snorkeling off the reef. Of course, a trip with that many students needs a few chaperones, and of course, I volunteered immediately. It was incredible. Rachel rode up on the bus with us and answered questions from the students and gave them things to think about.
Rachel et al.
Jeremy vs. Boa Constrictor
On the Boat!
What are those dark spots?
This week was long, after having twelve straight days of student obligations, but thankfully the weekend has arrived. My sanity is slowly returning.
Next week, the Belize JVs will be visited by our bosses from the office in DC. Site visits and an end of the year retreat are on tap. It should be fun, so until next time, thanks for visiting. Neat flower