Re: NANFA-- Tippecanoe trip

Todd Crail (
Tue, 4 May 2004 20:45:19 -0400


This makes all the coughing and sneezing I'm doing now very worthwhile,
thanks for posting it :) I hope no one else got sick. Sarah said she's
starting to fight something off.

Sajjad got a good pic of the local boys on the bank. Perhaps we can get a
working relationship with the local schools or nature center (etc) for
future trips to get more kids out there. Having the kids there is what
really makes it all the more interesting. Bill Veenstra and Mark Binkley
and gang did really well right in the park... Just none of the imperilled
darters. So it might be an easy public ed thing we could do while we're in

I think dryer, warmer weather would be a better idea too :)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Flowers" <>
To: "Nanfa" <>
Sent: Tuesday, May 04, 2004 3:06 PM
Subject: NANFA-- Tippecanoe trip

> I would like to thank all of you on the Tippecanoe weekend for
> making my son's time with Nanfa enjoyable. He is still talking about all
> the mussels that were found, Jeremy. Of course he went to school
> yesterday and told everyone about all the fish he saw. He is not sure if
> the teacher believed him, so when the final list is posted, I am going
> to make a copy for him to take to the class.
> Thank again,
> Bill Flowers
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