Tuesday, February 16, 2010

School Talk in Windom

If you are traveling down Hwy 56 in McPherson county and you blink, you might miss the town of Windom, but remember that size isn't everything. Millie and I visited the small school Tuesday afternoon and we had a good time (as we do with most elementary students we visit). I honestly think the students were surprised to see Millie show up, but as I gave the presentation, she made her way up and down the rows of kids to greet almost each and every one of them. You see, Millie has been through my presentation, so she gets bored and decided to roam the gymnasium, probably looking for lunch. The questions were good and even one of the girls guessed "anemometer" when I put a picture of our wind measuring device up on the screen. Tough word to say, spell, and I'm so impressed when an elementary kids gets it right. Enjoy the pictures.

The weather looks a little unsettled going into the weekend. There will be some chances for rain and snow over the weekend. There are some signs of another Arctic blast coming in before the end of the month, so stay tuned to see if and when it might arrive.


Anonymous said...

Hi Ross-
I have a quick question about the storm spotter meetings. Do you know when the one in Wichita is going to be? Are these put on by KWCH, the national weather service or another station?
Thanks and have a great day!

YVONNE said...

Hi Ross and Millie-

It is such a pleasure to see Millie so involved in your work. You know you are in the right place when you can take your dog to work and to lectures at a school. I know the kids really enjoyed meeting her.

Have an awesome day,

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