Thursday, September 6, 2007

More than "One Night in Bangkok"

Since Marlowe Mager deftly maneuvers the "virtual elephant" of Blackboard here at the college on a daily basis, it was only appropriate that he experience the real thing. He and his wife, Meagan, recently visited for Thailand for 10 days. While there, they visited temples, took a rainforest tour, and got to hitch ride in the traditional Thai "SUV" (left). In keeping with our natural resources focus here at our website, our Distance Ed Coordinator definitely went quite a distance to send us several pictures from his trip. Thailand is rich in biodiversity with hundreds of species of climbing lianas and 'strangler figs'--shown taking over a temple below!

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