A Nature's Classroom blog post.
JULIAN: “How did you come to work at Nature’s Classroom” ?
CARROT : “I always wanted to work outside and be able teach young children how to become good outdoor folk.”
JULIAN : “What is your favorite class to teach” ?
CARROT : “One of my most favorite classes to teach is Burma Bridge, and I also love to teach Deer Survival”.
JULIAN : “What is your favorite meal at Nature’s classroom” ?
CARROT : “There are a lot of great meals at Nature’s classroom, but the carrots and cucumbers at the salad bar are my favorite”.
JULIAN : “What are some of the hobbies that you have” ?
CARROT : “I love to hike and run, but I also love hanging in a hammock with a good book”.
JULIAN : “When you were a kid, did you ever think that you would be doing what you are doing now” ?
CARROT : “No, I had no idea where life would lead me”.
JULIAN : “What did you want to be when you grew up” ?
CARROT : “My dream was to go into acting”.
JULIAN : “How long do you think you can do this kind of job” ?
CARROT : “I am going to try to do this job for 5 more years and maybe do something similar after that”.
JULIAN : “ Where did you grow up” ?
CARROT : “I grew up in Northern, Michigan about 20 miles from Lake Michigan”.
JULIAN : “What did you study in college” ?
CARROT : “Environmental studies and cultural anthropology”.
JULIAN : “Finally, how did you get the name carrot” ?
CARROT : “So many times people forget my name so I told them it’s carrot with a G and it caught on. Also you always need that vitamin A”.
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