Mar 8

Brown Bag: Voyage to the Bottom of the World

12:00 pm — 1:00 pm

Antarctica is 13,000 miles from the nearest mesquite tree, but an unexpected adventure to the “land of fire and ice” for author/pilot Nancy Robinson Masters had an incredible impact on her passion for West Texas, our natural resources, and our future.  Nancy grew up on a dry-land cotton farm in Jones County never dreaming her “higher education” as an airplane pilot would take her literally to the bottom of the world as a guest of the National Science Foundation. She returned from Antarctica committed to sharing what she experienced that has made her an unabashed patriot presenting hundreds of programs for schools, civic, and business organizations on the power of free people to freely read, write, and share their experiences to encourage others to preserve the past for the future of West Texas. 

Grab your mukluks and goggles and let Nancy take you on a fantastic, fun adventure that will leave you naturally informed and inspired! From seeing erupting volcanoes to experiencing“water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink” (The Rime of the Ancient Mariner), it will give you a whole new appreciation for all things West Texas, even mesquite trees!

This is a FREE program, and tea and cookies will be provided

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