Turbulent mixing, multiphase flow and process kinetics University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering

Giant Azalea

May 6, 2014

Well folks – tonight we went out hiking in the rain and the dark just to get you all a picture of a blooming azalea! (Some clever person may tell us this is actually a rhododendron – never fear – we saw both. It was getting dark so we didn’t slow down for the full field study.)

We had a slovenly day – woke up at 9:30 for breakfast, crazy-wrong-side-of-the-road driving from Cork to Kilarney, and found a place to crash for the next three days…or maybe five…or more…oh…and fish and chips for dinner…and resisted buying sweaters…so the hike before bed was a welcome break from laziness!

2 replies on “Giant Azalea”

  1. Ken Caunce says:

    Confusius say never ever resist buying a sweater, especially if it has colour and/or warmth. This is how God loves you. She made someone make it just for you.

    1. Suzanne says:

      Ahhh…a proper wooly sweater was purchased last night for the young lass who packed cotton. All is well and she thanks you for your faery blessings!

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