Recently I had the opportunity to attend the annual clay shooting competition. It was a really fun event and I think everyone had a really great time. I especially enjoyed seeing the hunting dogs (I think they were called) and that a lot of the teams had a good since of humor. They even had me thinking about the rocket man song. That was a recurring joke at the event. Anyway, that’s all for now.
This will be more of a reminiscent post. I am sure we have all heard about what has been going on with the recent flooding and hurricane. Around this time last year I remember getting up almost everyday going into Baton Rouge, Louisiana. We mucked and gutted so many houses. It felt good seeing how grateful the owners were. Though I have been keeping myself off of social media because of the fact that some people actually find natural disasters comical; it
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This week we have been putting finishing touches on exit packages from our life skills curriculum and we have delivered them to the jails. We are also in the process of finding someone else to continue the courses when the VISTA team is long gone. It seems the next big thing planned for Headwaters Charitable Trust is sporting clays. Like the fly fishing event this will be my first and probably last time seeing this
This week, I have been telecommuting from my soon-to-be home Charlotte, North Carolina. I must say it has been somewhat of a culture shock. Ultimately, it has made me realize both the differences and similarities in resources between urban/suburban and rural areas. To expand on two main issues: Public transportation: Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) offers a light rail spanning from the suburbs straight into Uptown as well as numerous bus routes. Together, there are