On March 29th I was asked by Kempf House Museum in Ann Arbor to give a presentation based on my book, The Peace Corps, Sierra Leone, and Me. The book was based on a daily journal I kept for two years while serving as a Volunteer in a Rural Construction Program. The audience enjoyed hearing of my adventures fifty years ago in West Africa.
It has been a full agenda, beginning with a visit to Detroit for lunch at Hopcat, a curator-led tour of The Architectural Imagination exhibit at MOCAD, and an introduction to the ArcPrep program for high school students. After a respite back in Ann Arbor, several of us were honored to judge student projects on display at the architecture school. Now it’s time for our full day at the school…details to be shared later.