Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Final Countdown

The Final Countdown. Seven days.  Seven days until I board a plane in SeaTac and fly to Deutschland.  People keep asking me if I am excited.  Well, duh.  Of course I am!  Moving to a foreign country for a year … Continue reading

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Train Etiquette

In the life of the average Dane, public transportation plays a prominent role. Copenhagen is home to one of the best public transportation systems in the world and the Scandinavian “train culture” is famously unique. The funny thing is most … Continue reading

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I Am in Costa Rica

First off, welcome to the Class of 2016. I will see you in the spring, but for now I am finally here in San Jose, Costa Rica! The total time traveled from Portland to Houston to San Jose was about … Continue reading

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Khun chue arai krap?

What am I doing up here?  I mean, I’ve climbed enough times to be used to the height and the fact that a few metal do-dads and a knot are keeping me from finding my next incarnation.  The real issue … Continue reading

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