So when I got here I was so overwhelmed by living in nature that for the first month and a half I was here I didn't open my laptop once. I've decided to tune back in and make this a little scrapbook of my time working at Mass Audubon. I wouldn't say that this has been my favorite job ever, but it definitely afforded me opportunities that I wouldn't have otherwise had.
I live here with 7 other girls in my house, and 10 more people in the house next door. It has been a really amazing community and we have been lucky to all get along really well. We only have one more week before some of the roommate go back to college, then two more weeks after that before we all part ways.
I am a photographer at heart, and as much as I try to write, my thoughts just flow better in photo form. So here is to more adventures and more photos.
I finally convinced my dad that spending a few days building a sleeping platform in my car would not only be fun, but would be a really cool and useful thing.
And let me tell you, I was right.
This month I found out that I got a job working as a day camp instructor and lifeguard at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary.
Needless to say, I'm pumped.
As an organizer and habitual packer I have already started the process of organizing my stuff and making packing lists.
I wanted to bring you all along on my journey. Watch is semi-real time as I plan, prepare, and pack all my belongings into 2 suitcases and make my way from Iowa to Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Welcome friends, I hope you enjoy the journey!