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Q&A: Biology teacher heads to the mountains

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Q&A: Biology teacher heads to the mountains

After traveling to Georgia for two weeks, Dr. Nadine Brown will then travel with her family to the Smoky Mountains for 10 days.

After traveling to Georgia for two weeks, Dr. Nadine Brown will then travel with her family to the Smoky Mountains for 10 days.

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After traveling to Georgia for two weeks, Dr. Nadine Brown will then travel with her family to the Smoky Mountains for 10 days.

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After traveling to Georgia for two weeks, Dr. Nadine Brown will then travel with her family to the Smoky Mountains for 10 days.

Malik Thomas, Guest Writer

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In an exclusive interview, The Paw Print’s Malik Thomas sat down with science teacher Nadine Brown to learn more about her plans for summer break.

Malik: I know you are going to be doing a lot of traveling this summer. Where exactly will you be traveling to?
Dr. Nadine Brown: This summer I am surely traveling a lot. It will start off with my daughter heading to Montana to hunt for dinosaur fossils and while she is away I will be heading down to my home state Georgia to visit my mom and brother for about two weeks.

Malik: That sounds fun.I remember you telling me before you were from Georgia and I think it’s nice that you’re going to visit your mom. How are you getting there and is your husband going to be with you?
Brown: I’ll be with my husband. He’s worried about the dog and who’s going to watch her because he feels as if the dog will get bit by a snake in Georgia. We’ll be driving there. It’s not too far.

Malik: You should pack some snacks for that road trip. Besides Georgia are you heading anywhere else?
Brown: My husband, daughter and I will be heading up to the Great Smoky Mountains for 10 days.

Malik: I’ve never been there. Could you explain what you’ll be doing there?
Brown: We go every year. We will be spending 10 days in a nice big cabin in the Smoky Mountains. We will be doing a lot of hiking and looking for fossils and white water rafting and eating out at some nice places.

Malik: That sounds like fun. I’ve never been white water rafting. It seems scary and fun.
Brown: I don’t think I’ll be going this year but I am sure my husband and daughter will be going. Last time I went I fell out and had to swim all the way back. It was scary.

Malik: That seems funny now but it’s good you didn’t drown. How are you getting to the Smoky Mountains?
Brown: I’ll be driving there with all the luggage and my husband and daughter will be riding my husbands motorcycle.

Malik: That’s pretty long to be on a motorcycle. How long does it take to get there?
Brown: It’ll take me 12 hours and my husband 2 days.

Malik: This trip sounds like it’ll be fun and seems like it’ll be a fun summer for you, Doc.
Brown: Well, thank you. That’s very sweet of you and it will be fun and expensive. We don’t penny pinch when it comes to vacation.

Malik: Have a good summer
Brown: You too and be safe!

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