Look out our windows (part 1)

by Jim on 10 February 2007

When Amanda over at following an unknown path put up the fourth post in her series “thru my windows”, I finally realized what a great idea it was.  So in shameless imitation, I’m going to start a similar series here, to show you what we see through our windows.  Her title is better, but I didn’t want to steal everything.  🙂

So I’m starting with the view from my language school classrooms.  Actually, there are many buildings and our classrooms change from week to week, so this is the view from this past week.  I’m keeping the pictures fairly small (and low quality) so they don’t take forever to load – just click on them to see a larger and better version in our Photo Gallery.

Classroom 1-207

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We’re on the second floor, looking out over parts of the school.  On the bottom you can see just a corner of an area (on the right) where there are tables and benches.  The students (Mexican mostly, since this is a Mexican University) meet with their books and iPods and laptops.

Classroom 7-303

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This is on the third floor.  You can see the railing of the walkway out the top window, and the school logo to the right.  All the buildings are numbered – you can see the “5” across the way.

The bottom window looks out toward the mountains.  I’m not sure if that building out the window is on the school campus or not.

My conversation class is outside, so there were no windows to look out of.  🙂

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Norm February 11, 2007 at 6:31 am

Hey Jim, check out the view outside our window!

Grandma C. February 11, 2007 at 6:01 pm

What a great idea!
Views outside windows are important to me as I spend a lot of time at home and I’m also a nature lover and like to keep track of what ‘s happening with the weather here in Saskatchewan.

Jim February 11, 2007 at 7:07 pm

Yes, I think it’s a cool idea. I’ve spent a lot of time looking out these windows – particularly the top one.

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