Authors

Creator(s)

Katie Taylor and Miyuki Mihira

Contributor(s)

Miyuki Mihira

Connection to Carleton

Student

Description

"I came home on the 17th of March, spent one night in my childhood home, and I immediately drove to Eastern Washington, where I've been staying at my parents cabin. The cabin is on a sixteen acre plot, so it's safe to say that I did not see a lot of people outside my family for a while. I am undoubtedly incredibly lucky to live in the area. I can run on the trail systems in my neighborhood every day, and I have never had to worry about seeing other people. It feels super weird to live in that house for the spring, but my life would not be that different if I randomly decided to take all of my classes (without quarantine). My parents spend about three days a week at the cabin, and my brother lived with me for the first half of the term, but I spent the last two work weeks living alone. It's beautiful, but it's also very quiet." (She/Her/Hers/class of 2022/Chemistry/Arlington, WA/Mostly Winthrop, WA)

Date

2020-05-28

Coverage

Winthrop, WA

Keywords

Carleton College, Family, Gratitude, Historians for Hire, Interview, Landscape/Nature/Outdoors, Pets, Washington, Written Story

Subject

Carleton College, Family, Gratitude, Historians for Hire, Interview, Landscape/Nature/Outdoors, Pets, Washington, Written Story

Collection

Asynchronous Interview Carleton Students

Keywords

Carleton College, Family, Gratitude, Historians for Hire, Interview, Landscape/Nature/Outdoors, Pets, Washington, Written Story

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