Sunday, November 8, 2015

Sum-It-Up Sunday : Week #10

Hello all!

It's been another wonderful week here at St. Mike's. And with class registration for next semester coming up tomorrow, this coming week is certainly going to be a busy one!

We had quite the warm, very non-November weekend. Friday night, I attended the Telluride Mountain film festival for my Adventure Film Class, which was hosted by Outdoor Gear Exchange. We sat in the Davis Center at UVM for a screening of around 15 short outdoor films ranging in topics. They were all great, and it was an awesome time! Even though it was for class, I'm so glad I went.

The following morning, things got juicy...

Kale and ginger shots at the Juicebox in downtown Burlington! These weren't exactly enjoyable going down, but lemme tell ya- I felt like I'd drank about three cups of coffee afterward! It was a great boost of energy to start the day.

My "Energizer Honey" smoothie: banana, raw peanut butter, raw cacao, and raw honey. So yummy you would have thought it was just a good ol' milkshake. No kidding.

Next, we made our way out to Airport Park where we got on the Colchester Causeway, which is linked to other paths in the area (like the Burlington Bike Path!) by the Island Line Trail. Yes, this is a bike/pedestrian path that runs straight through Lake Champlain! It was a super cool adventure, yet still pretty close to SMC.






After a great weekend, today will be a busy day of homework and registration prep. Hope you all enjoyed today's Sum-It-Up Sunday, and be sure to stay tuned for the next What-to-Know Wednesday on the 11th!




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