I was poking around Dogo and found some articles I thought you would enjoy. I'm going to write about Dogo for the Master Naturalist newsletter - I think others would like this site, don't you?
The baboon article is just food for thought.
The sandbag article is for you because you can relate as inventors - it's inspiring.
The sand article is for you in hopes that you'll try this sand art if you are at a beach. Be sure to watch his video.
I love the book reviews from Julia - hope others will join in the fun. I've finished two books so far. One book I tried to read two times before and could never get past the first chapter - so boring! But, I forced myself this time and was glad I did. It took off and I didn't put it down for a couple of days. The other book was on the Japenese art of tidying. Yeah, I've got a lot of tidying to do! So much fun to read. (Note: balance between fiction/ non-fiction!)
Anyway, you guys take care. Wear sunscreen - you'll be glad you did when your my age!
Did you look at the map that shows other cities with similar problems? The U.S. has several. I wonder if we have any plans to protect these cities. I also wonder why people choose to live in areas that flood every year. That happens in Dallas as well. Just thinking out loud. Comments? I also like how they designed their islands in the shape of a bird. Could you spot that?
I'm glad to know the status of the mission. I wasn't sure if Philae's new position really worked. I was surprised to learn it moved only 4 cm! Do you think this mission can inspire young people to go into the sciences? I admire the dedication of these scientists - think of the difference they are making to mankind!