Our final day until we return in January

Our final 24 hours in Namibia have been spent saying goodbye to new friends and reminiscing on our experience thus far. We were able to see Katherine Carter one final time, and thank her for her immense help for everything. We had to say goodbye to our incredible friend and Cardboard Box receptionist, Kathleen, who we will miss dearly but are so excited to see again in January. AND we sent our dearest Susan off on her morning flight to Kenya this morning where she will be for the next 2 and a half months working at the G-BIACK center becoming a certified teacher of the sustainable agriculture method of Grow Biointensive. 

Our team with our most wonderful contact and friend, Katherine Carter. 

Our team with our most wonderful contact and friend, Katherine Carter. 

Our dearest Susan heads to Kenya for the summer. Sending all the Periclean love her way until we reunite again in August.

Our dearest Susan heads to Kenya for the summer. Sending all the Periclean love her way until we reunite again in August.

All the appreciation and love for Kathleen, we cannot wait to return home to the Box.

All the appreciation and love for Kathleen, we cannot wait to return home to the Box.

One of our final dinners at Joe's Beer House in Windhoek.

One of our final dinners at Joe's Beer House in Windhoek.

Our trip has been incredibly rewarding. We've learned more than we ever thought possible and cannot wait to convey all of our new information to our class. Throughout our time here, we all have felt periods of intense joy, great frustration, some confusion, yet overall the utmost of pride for all that our class has set out to accomplish. We will continue to update our blog throughout the summer with regard to updates on both the conference and the documentary, so stay tuned for more. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Vimeo for exclusive photos and clips.

Peace, love and Periclean always,
Kelsey, Oly, Susan & Carol