Day Fifteen

I woke up in a tent to a sunrise (I was camping yesterday night). Bryce discovered embers that hadn't completely burned out from yesterday's fire, and we worked to bring the fire back. I looked for dry driftwood, and after we succeeded in re-making the fire, we packed up our tents, sleeping bags, and returned to the Linden Center for breakfast. I didn't exactly sleep well last night, so I was super tired, but exceptionally hungry too. I ate a fried egg, a pancake, three mini slices of whole wheat bread, a banana, a small piece of bacon, and a cup of green tea for breakfast.

I ate lunch at the Linden Center with Sabrina's family (thanks for inviting me)! It was great as usual, and I wonder, does the high altitude make you more hungry? Later, I went to Happy Embroidery to work on my flower. I don't feel like writing much today, so this is it!

Picture One: The flower I'm embroidering


Happy embroidery!

It' s definitely happy for you in the embroidery shop! It's great to know that you are able to go back there every day to work a bit on your project! I enjoy reading you description on all the details of how to get silk tread ready...looking forward to know more of different technic of sewing, the steps of dying silk, and all that you are interested to find out! Will keep reading your inquiry project and blog!
Enjoy your last two weeks there! Love, mom

Hi! My name is Audrey... I'm really excited about Microcampus. I've never been to an area like that, and I'm looking forward to the fresh air and nice weather. I hope to learn how the people there live, as well as exploring the area and comparing it to Shanghai. Hopefully, I'll gain a great experience out of this trip.