Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Happy New Year to everyone!
For this land use prof, it's been a wild start so far. We travelled to the Grand Canyon last week and soon learned what 30 inches of snow falling in less than 48 hours looks like. Fortunately, we made it safely back.
After turning in grades this week though, my wife and I are off to Ethiopia for our first of two trips related to the pending adoption of our daughter (a beautiful 4 month old girl).
Two very interesting, very historical, and (hopefully) very different places in their weather next week!
Chad Emerson, Faulkner
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