We are also going to Colgate University this Saturday and then canoeing on Sunday. This would be perfect if I did not have to be in the canoe. It's not that I don't enjoy the sport but am almost hopeless in the actual rowing.
Oddly enough, the time has flown by here, and, when I get restless, it takes me at least 30 minutes to get to the local organic grocery store and back.
The campus itself is beautiful and very large, as the kids may have indicated. I have seen a small part of it and am planning to return to an area called The Plantations (big planted area) as soon as the weather drops into the 80's.
The real plus here is being able to drop into classes. In two visits to the hotel management class, I have learned that there is much more to hotels than I ever even suspected. I will never view a Best Western the same again. And I love listening to Professor Kramnick. It is all I can do to not interject comments. The faculty has made me feel most welcome, and I love knowing what the kids are doing. In fact, it really is the kids who have made this experience special. Each one of them brings something unique to the group. They are all fun to be with, whether we are listening to very loud music or discussing what freedom really means. Sharing a piece of their world and some of their thoughts is the real bonus and would make any trip to any site worthwhile.