I'm feeling a little anxious. And I suspect it's only going to get more hairy. I am trying to get a lot of work done this summer and now that I am preparing to leave for the first engagement of my 'summer tour schedule' I'm feeling a little regretful...
I'm back, in Oklahoma and in the research saddle as it were; and I am as busy as ever. My research field trip to Tanzania was a success. I got a lot done and collected much data.
The #Traveltastic Photo Challenge is brainchild of Travelistas Monique of MoTravels and Tracey Friley of Passport Party Project. Each day is a new theme - celebrating travel and culture.I'm loving the breath of fresh air of these daily challenges...
I've been back for nearly 2 weeks. I didn't realize how tired I was until I looked up and realized how long it's been since I posted. I was just too tired to fight with internet to type up a post or search for photos.Everyone on Twitter and Facebook has asked: So, how was it?...
I’m departing for home today. (At the very moment I write this post I am in the airport awaiting boarding. I spent mt last few days in Tanzania relaxing by the beach in Bagamoyo...
I opened up a new field site for this field season. It was a beast! Although I only caught two individual Pouched rats over the 80 x80 m square grid, it was a great effort.
D is for Driving. Driving in Tanzania was its own challenge. For my perspective (American) everything was completely different. They drive on the left side of the road (European-style)...
I absolutely love the textiles here in Tanzania. They are rich with colors and come in so many varieties. I’ve become fabric wasted and my wardrobe has definitely been influenced...
Every now and then I catch something else besides an African Pouched Rat. It's not what I was aiming to catch, but I am happy nonetheless. Catching predators always gives me great joy.I..
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