Keats’ House and Geo Field Class

On February 4th the English Classes all went to Keats’ house in Hampstead (part of London)

Here’s me sitting and pondering under the replacement plum tree for the one that Keats wrote ‘Ode to a Nightengale’ under

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Hampstead was really gorgeous, and there were lots of really cool shops. 3 of us went back to Pax Lodge and got a tour this time, which was great, we actually got some of the history so that was awesome

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The Next Sunday, my geography class went on a field study to some geographical features around here, which was cool, except that it was the WORST weather we’d had in about a month, so we were covered in mud completely by the time we finished, everyone fell down practically. We had such a great time though, we laughed through the whole thing!

here’s my feet about halfway through

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the view of the feature we were supposed to be sketching

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Hannah and I

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Megan and I

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My whole Geo Class

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Tiffy, me, Megan and our Prof

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Then when we got back to the castle Megan and I fed the Duckies

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I’ve named her Tiptoe. Her hubby is Mister and they hang out with another duck i’ve named Big Guy.

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