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Sunday, April 11, 2010


Arrived at our research area. A small town called Cherry Hill outside of Halifax. Spent quite a long time in airports and in the air yesterday - left at 8:40 am and arrived at 12pm Nova Scotia time. Nova Scotia is 4 hours ahead, but still quite a long day.

Today got a chance to meet everyone. The scientists have a dog named Lycos and we can see the Atlantic Ocean from here.

Tomorrow will go out and look for signs of mammals along the coast. The mammals we should be seeing while here are: beavers, porcupines, deer, skunk, chipmunks, vole, mice, mink, otter, racoon, seal, and maybe bear. Looks like no Moose!


At April 12, 2010 at 8:17 AM , Anonymous Rand said...

So far you've shown that homo sapiens will arise to watch the sun rise. Very intelligent animal.

At April 16, 2010 at 4:26 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You seem to be having way too much fun!


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