Canada, eh?

I’m driving up north to see some friends of mine for spring break and wander around McGill, reminiscing about college days. In between shopping for shoes and eating poutine we will be exploring the arboretum, so I’ll surely have some insect stories to share when I return (my friends are entomologists, what do you expect?).

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Posted on March 10, 2012, in Update. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. For all you parental units out there: McGill is a top ranked university (17th in the world) and is a bargain for Americans looking to save money with spiraling tuition costs in the U.S. It’s worth a look. Brigette thrived there during her zoological tenure.

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