Day 4: A Run Through the Canola Fields

Today was finally normal. We woke up and went through the schedule that we will be having for the rest of this month, finally giving us a taste of what exactly it is that we are here to do. The morning was filled with Photo Management organization and a couple troubles along the way. The good old Microcampus hard drive was struggling to keep up, so we had to find a new place to store all of the Voyager's photos. For obvious reasons, this was not the highlight of my day.

Fast forwards an hour or two, it is time for wellness. I have been excited about the run that Aria F., Sam B., Anders L., and I had planned all day. We were going to run through the canola fields. Aria and I took this route yesterday for our Bike Certification, so we were excited to revisit these fields. It sounds repetitive considering how I have mentioned the canola flowers in all of my journals, but they sure are pretty. The running was slow, but the weather and view were perfect. I will definitely run that route again. 



Lily, This picture is stunning... the mountains in the background, the sky, the architecture, the colors... I am glad that you all have settled the photo storage issue... I can't wait to see all of the pictures. Truly, it looks like a lovely place. Take care and keep having fun, Mrs. Rohrbeck

I was thirteen years old and had been living in Shanghai for five years when I went to Xizhou for Microcampus. During my time in Xizhou, I liked to make and listen to music, play soccer, write, and talk to my friends. I loved Xizhou's blue skies, delicious food, warmhearted people, and unique culture. I cannot wait to return to my home in Xizhou!