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Tucked in for the winter

In my series of posts on fieldworks and dugouts, you could see dugouts both neat and rough. This one, probably from the winter of 1941-42, belongs to the “neat” category. 126 more words

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Fieldwork #5 "Music to my brain"

Recently writing and investigating for my passion project, Mount Everest, i discovered that i find myself immersing in the working “mood” by listening to music, and this not only happening with English writing, but calculus, chemistry and cornerstone of engineering, depending on what i am  working on, my tastes on music will change, and shift to reach the best concentration or genre oriented to that specific topic. 192 more words

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Fieldwork #2 "The Emerald necklace"

I am a lover of nature, and my hole life I’ve had the luck to be surrounded by it. And it is even more lovely to see big green spaces in the middle of the concrete jungle we all live in. 290 more words

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Fieldwork #1 "Public Garden"

One might think that a city is a place to thrive as a business man, a place to buy an apartment and enjoy the city life in the concrete jungle. 405 more words

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Fieldwork #3 "Voices"

It is Saturday, I wake up, and glance over to my roommate, who seemingly went to take breakfast as always. Today I am walking to Quincy market, and I am planning to take a bath before leaving. 311 more words

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Fieldwork #4 "Newbury Street"

Newbury Street is one of the most common stops for tourists and shoppers of Boston. Located in the Back Bay area of Boston it runs from the Boston Public Garden to Brookline Avenue crossing many major streets in it’s path, being a destination known for its many retail shops and restaurants. 408 more words

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Fieldworks, part 7:

As a contrast to my post two days ago, this is what most other dugouts looked like. While it might to cosy inside, the outside is serviceable and nothing more. 165 more words

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