Catarroja Forestry Managers Prune the Tree of History

A group of trainee forestry managers, accompanied by their teachers Elisa and Catherine, visited the L’Iber Museum, where they sowed the seeds of knowledge and planted a few new ideas about history through images from films made in Spain.



There were many green shoots by the end of the day and light at the end of the tunnel.

From tiny acorns mighty oaks do grow.

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One Response to Catarroja Forestry Managers Prune the Tree of History

  1. Elisa Reply

    May 13, 2016 at 08:56

    We really enjoyed the visit, Bob. We didn’t know Valencia had the greatest collection of toy soldiers in the world. It was a great surprise, and a great pleasure to discover it with your help and fantastic guided tour of the exhibition.

    We were very happy with your explanations because you speak English very clearly, and we could follow you very well, better than most listening activities we do in class!

    Amanda wants you to say hi to the ghost if you ever see him around the museum. LOL

    Best wishes from us.

    Benjamin, Manel, Amanda, Rubén, Esmeralda, Adrián, Jesús, Salva, David, Fran, Catherine, and Elisa.

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