Silver City – Guadalupe Montessori School

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

I went to Silver City, New Mexico to participate in an AmeriCorps conference. I am really feelin’ this State. It has so much to offer. Stuff I never knew it would.

Silver City is a very cool town. Approximately 35,000 people reside in the village whose residents mainly are retired folks and artists. Whenever I had a break from a meeting I made friends and explored the town. I also worked on a school’s farm whacking weeds, feeding chickens and eating fresh picked fruit. Check out the farm pictures below.

A private school for young children.

I was in charge of whacking the leaves off of this Elm Tree.

What a difference. Those leaves didn’t stand a chance once I got a pair of sheers in my hands.

The deep orange cherry tomatoes taste so sweet.

Here I am feeding the chickens. Believe it or not – these chickens are very spoiled. I should have covered my hair since I was working in the sun. By the time I left the farm my curls were dry and brittle.

Other AmeriCorps figuring things out.

Trying to figure things out and working in the field. :)

Small harvest.

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2 Responses to “Silver City – Guadalupe Montessori School”

  1. poubelle automatique says:
    April 9th, 2013 at 9:53 PM

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  2. Permed to Natural says:
    April 10th, 2013 at 2:14 AM

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