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It's been crazy busy at casa khowell these past several months.  Thesis writing, work and recreational travel, and classes.  And thesis.  Below are things that don't involve the thesis, including photos from my trip to the AASHE (American Association of Sustainability in Higher Education) conference in LA and to Mobile for the Southern Historical Association.

Keep your fingers crossed that I can finish the thesis on time!  I'm actually enjoying it quite a bit - a novel concept - since it involves helping liberal arts faculty become better versed in sustainability and integrate those ideas into their traditional coursework.

Kentucky Lake

Kentucky Lake from the west.  October, 2012

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Hematite Lake, Land Between The Lakes National Park (The park starts just on the other side of the bridge above.)  August, 2012

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Con trail, Moss Point, MS.  November 2012.

Getty Museum

Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA. October 2012.

Disney Concert Hall

Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, CA. October 2012

Hotel Figueroa

Hotel Figueroa, Los Angeles, CA. October 2012

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Daniel Boone Tavern and Inn, Berea, KY. June 2012

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Kentucky Morning, Gracey, KY. 26 November 2012.

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Kentucky Morning, Gracey, KY. 26 November 2012.

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Lake Barkley Bridge, LBL, Kentucky. October 2012  (This was the bridge that got hit by the barge last year.)

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Lake Barkley Bridge, LBL, Kentucky. October 2012

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Los Angeles, CA. October 2012

oceansprings

View from Ft. Bayou Bridge. Ocean Springs, MS. September 2012.

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Sunrise, Cadiz, KY.  August 2012.

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Maker's Mark and Muddled Cherries.  July 2012.

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Drei Maderl Haus, Julius Meinl, Chicago.  June 2012

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