Monthly Archives: September 2013

A New Look at Pennsylvania: Hope in Utilitarianism

So here I am, sitting in Gifford Pinchot state park in Pennsylvania. I’m sitting on a park bench right surrounded by deciduous forest. Less than 30 feet behind me there is a woodpecker beating its beak violently and persistently into … Continue reading

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Chesapeake Bay Watershed Forum

One of the most controversial social topics of today is the idea of science and religion. As I was brought up in the Catholic faith so I know where I stand with God. I do not believe  that God is … Continue reading

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Stalking Paper: A Reflection of Moral Ethics and Cultural Materialism in Journey 1

The fort at Jamestown was founded in 1607, colonists settled in the fort with the hope of making a new life for themselves. Hundreds of men traveled across the Atlantic Ocean in the five-month journey. The journey, which might be … Continue reading

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Tobacco and Jane of Jamestown

When you are in Colonial Williamsburg you are transported back into time. It is easy to look around view it just as a tourist attraction. You can look around and see people around just like you, adorned with cameras, maps … Continue reading

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My Sense of Place in the Bay

Today is day 4 of Journey 1, this first journey is titled “Touring the Chesapeake: History and Sense of Place. When looking at the original schedule I thought to myself that sounds like a lot of traveling… something I am … Continue reading

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