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The Reason I Want to Experience EVERYTHING
One of the goals of my trip to California was to learn the stories of other people in the hope of bringing those stories to my students who might not (ever) get to experience the California coast and/or working with migrant farmworkers and their fami (More)
I’m having a difficult time processing the fact that this is already my last week in California.  I feel like I’m leaving with so much work left to be done.  I’m heartbroken at the prospect of leaving the incredible new friends I’ve made and the amaz (More)
Week 3 in Review
Wow!  I can’t believe I’m already starting my final week at Puente!  This is heartbreaking to me.  As I drove along the coast to the Puente offices, my mind was whirling at the experiences I’ve had and how fast the time has flown.  I am interested in (More)
Photo Op!
Another post of photos because some don\'t flow in the narrative posts.  🙂 In the first several photos, check out the fog/clouds as I travel over \"the hill\" to the coast side on my way to Pescadero, CA.  I tried to get several shots while stopp (More)
The End of Week 2: The Kids Have Stolen My Heart
It has been such a busy week doing various tasks for Puente!  And now that I’m commuting back and forth from Palo Alto to Pescadero, I found it difficult to keep up with blogging toward the end of the week.  So here’s a little catch up! Critical G (More)
Speechless. Overwhelmed. This is why I came.
Speechless.  Overwhelmed.  Those are the best words I can come up with to describe my response to what I witnessed today when I got to go to the farms with Ben, one of the Puente staff in charge of outreach.  But first, Monday: Monday I spent my d (More)
The Weekend & the La Honda Fair
It has been an eventful weekend in California! Friday was my “day off” for the week, and I spent my time in Palo Alto walking around the downtown area and getting the lay of the land since this is where I start staying June 15 through June 28.  Fr (More)
Taquerias y She-wees! 🙂
Wednesday was a GREAT day at Puente!  After meeting Abby for breakfast at Duarte’s, I participated in a Community Outreach meeting and got some assignments to pursue before next week’s meeting regarding Puente’s second annual 5K walk/run.  I then met (More)
Pescadero Grown!
Thursday was an incredible day helping Charlea set up and prepare for the Pescadero Grown Farmers’ Market, which Puente runs.  I learned so much about the beauty of the farmers’ market and about the amount of work that goes into running/hosting even (More)
\"There\'s a snake in my boot...\" errrr or outside my tent!
Today (Wednesday) is going to feel like a long day because I had a tough time sleeping last night.  More on that in a minute, but first a recap of the days events on Tuesday: After a lovely breakfast of buckwheat pancakes at Costanoa, I ventured t (More)
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