This is how the campus looked today after a quick snow storm that hit Denver. I was lucky leaving early for work just ahead of an more intense storm then expected. Meterologist predicted .5 inches of snow but in less then 2 hours over 3 inches of the white stuff was dumped on the ground causing quite a mayhem on the roads. Some of my students who left late took over 2 hours for a drive that normally takes only 25 minutes.
This weekend we had another open house at Johnson & Wales and with the help of some student volunteers I produced a range of Asian Starters. I also had interested students for a hands-on intro in the kitchen. they were producing Sushi and Vietnamese Springrolls. We do at least 6 open house events during the year where students and parents get to visit the university. Attached are some pictures from Saturday
Bonnie, Samuel and I learned how to snowboard. On our recent new years trip to Summit County we spent the first day skiing at Keystone and then had a couple of days on the Bunny slope learning to snowboard. We all discovered that it is much harder for the first 2 days to snowboard then skiing. However we all had a great time. here are some pictures of Bonnie and Samuel on a snowboard