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Kim B
post May 31 2006, 02:52 AM
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Today's high was 93 degrees - sweaty hot. We met in our departments this morning dry.gif , but Jane talked with Math and Science about writing the curriculum. Apparently you are meeting with Jane upon return about 6th grade science curriculum. Tomorrow morning we are meeting with our new teams.

Your journals are absolutely fascinating. You must be starting to go nuts with the cold. Well, we are thinking about you. Stay safe.

Tomorrow I'll try to post some photos to the RMS web site.
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post May 31 2006, 11:34 AM
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Hi, Kim. It is great hearing from you. Yesterday's high was -15 degrees Celsius. I was quite comfortable. I don't know how I am going to deal with the heat when I return. I also think that all the sunshine makes you forget how cold it is here.

Even though the temperatures sound really really cold, I am not that cold because of all the layers of clothing I wear. If I experiment and skip a layer, I start to feel the cold. The only time I have been really really cold is when the wind picks up. The wind chill can be nasty and you need to make sure all your skin is covered.

Thanks for the update. Kevin
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