Stargazing and ticks

It has been a busy month over at G&A. Every day is a bit different but for the most part I have a routine in place. I have joined the Work Environment Team, and it has helped me meet and connect with some co-workers. It has helped me become comfortable in expressing how I feel or about my workload. It is a safe place in expressing any concerns or issues one might have. Aside from joining the WE Team, I also joined to the Fun Committee for the G&A’s first in-person training in years. The Fun Committee was tasked with planning fun, but serious training for the R6 G&A staff members.

The training was held at Hood River, Oregon. It is one of my favorite places to visit. One of my favorite activities was the six am morning walks. I’ve lived in the city my whole life, and if you want to stargaze, you need to drive out of town. I took advantage of that activity in Hood River, because the sky was littered with stars. On one of the walks, we saw Venus, Orion’s belt, and the Little Dipper. It was truly a beautiful sight in the early morning. Besides waking up early, and having a scare with ticks, the trip went by so fast. Overall, this trip was much needed, and I got to meet so many of my co-workers. I’m definitely looking forward to the next in-person event!

Image of the Columbia River, and the planet Venus.
The Columbia River, and the planet Venus.
View of Mt. Hood, a mountain in Oregon.
View of Mt Hood.
Image shows a group of people.
Co-workers, and me.
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