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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

A hot day today, and out for a nice lunchtime pint. Also watching the Tour de France, as the riders climb the Alpe d'Huez, and doing a spot of geographical pottering.

Up to Sheffield yesterday to set up my new desk at the GA, transfer a range of resources across, and do a very interesting day's work relating to the Secondary Geography Quality Mark. Thanks to all involved.
For those interested in applying for the Secondary Geography Quality Mark, follow the link.Dan Raven Ellison is off on his travels shortly as part of his URBAN EARTH project. He is walking across Mexico City, Mumbai and London, and has already completed a footprint video based in Salisbury.
Check out the URBAN EARTH blog by clicking the image or the link to see what Dan gets up to next.

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2 Comments:

At 8:32 PM, Blogger Kenny O'Donnell said...

Alpe d'Huez was great, just wish Sastre had got more time on Evans. Enjoy the new job and holiday, though it sounds like you're still busy (do you still get one?)

 
At 8:35 PM, Blogger GeoBlogs said...

Hi Kenny
Great climbing from Sastre indeed.
Got a lot of projects to keep me ticking over for September when I start officially but I never really stop, because geography never stops. Down to Devon for a week soon, and may even leave the laptop at home (maybe...)
Some exciting developments coming up in the geography world, and I'm really excited to be involved in them.
Thanks for reading the blog.

 

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