What a beautiful week the colors are nearly at their peak, just in time for Parents Weekend. The week started off for us with Fall Fest weekend at Sunday River with the annual North American Wife Carrying Championship. What a sight, if you have never seen it check out the link, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52-omtSBws8 It was also the big sign up for the GSR & River Runner seasonal on snow weekend programs, a time to see old friends after the summer and check out all the new gear on the market. Gould coaches were on hand to help with what to purchase.
Gould Campus has been a very happening place this week; the tennis courts are taking shape, with the asphalt going down and posts going in ready for the fencing. The new home for the Ormiston family is evolving with the basement in and the footings for the garage ready to be poured.
I took a stroll through campus yesterday and came across the dance group practicing for their performance on October 26th at 7pm in Bingham Gym, don’t miss the show, Its starting to take shape.
Later in the afternoon was a chance for the Gould Mini Mees, (Faculty children and friends) to take to the dance floor. They were also taking part in their own dance recital, led by Colin Penley, helped by various students from his earlier dance class. Watch this space for details on their forthcoming dates, tickets will be limited.
For all the avid Ramen Noodle eaters the answer to the question.
Who invented Ramen …….. Momofuku Ando…. and Ramen for desert…mmmm try this recipe out
Simple Caramel Ramen
* Ingredients One pack of Ramen (flavor pack removed)
* 1/2 cup butter
* 1/2 cup brown sugar
* 1 tablespoon corn syrup
Preheat the oven to 300 degrees. Mix the butter, brown sugar and corn syrup in a pot, and heat on medium until it starts to bubble and thicken, stirring often. When it gets to this point, remove is from the heat. Break up a pack of ramen and mix it into the mixture until it iscoated well. Pour the mixture onto a baking sheet and put it into the oven for 4 minutes. Remove from the oven and cool in the fridge or freezer.