Hello from the Sault (Soo)

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15.jpgAs of Sunday evening, I am in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan where I will be teaching Ojibwe students some computer science on the Bay Mills Reservation. More specifically, we are teaching them how to use Drupal to build a digital content management system to be the base for a virtual museum of their tribe’s history.
And while I’m doing that during the day, in the evening I am staying in an apartment at Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste Marie, MI. (Not to be confused with Sault Ste Marie, Ontario across the lake.) This evening I took a little walk at sunset down by the water and brought my camera. Based on maps, I thought I could just go from the backyard of my apartment and walk straight over to the water… but then I realized that there is a border crossing in the way. I didn’t think they’d smile too kindly on me hopping a fence just to cut through, especially since I left all of my forms of ID inside. Thus, I took a more roundabout way to the water instead.
The photos I took are here. Unfortunately, while I went to a lighthouse this afternoon, I didn’t have my camera with me. I’ll try not to make that mistake again…

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One response »

  1. That swing-l;ike thing loks like a simply good way to have fun on the water: swing high, let loose, and arch in!

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