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Where have I been?

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LOL… sometimes this blog feels like “what did I do on my summer vacation.”

Spent a big chunk of last week in Juneau, AK, riding a float plane out to Admiralty Island. Can’t talk about it very much (lots of confidentiality), but the scenery was beautiful. If you ever get to make a trip like that, do it. Kuddos to Ward Air a the Juneau Airport for a great trip on one of their Cessna 206’s.

On Saturday, the weather here in Seattle was absolutely perfect. I had the opportunity to ride on Carlyn, the 61-foot sailboat owned by Salish Expeditions. Salish runs a great program in the Fall and Spring, taking middle- and high-school students on 3- and 4-day hands-on research excursions. The kids are guided in formulating a “do-able” research project focused around marine biology and the environment. This is a terrific program, and we at Greenfield certainly want to support programs like this.

Written by johnkilpatrick

September 27, 2010 at 11:36 am

Posted in Real Estate

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