SFU English 380: Mutilation and Foreign Relations in the Japanese Novel

A class blog for students of English 380 - "Literature in Translation" - at Simon Fraser University in Autumn 2005.

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Nitobe Gardens

Follow this link to the Nitobe Gardens: I will have a date shortly for our field trip and Japanese-food feast.
For those who are not close enough to UBC to make a direct trip efficient, a carpool would seem to be the preferred option of travel. I can take six people: please add your vehicle capacity in the comments section. Perhaps carpool drivers (me excepted) could be made exempt from the collection of funds (a fiver each?) for our feast on the day?

A volunteer treasurer is needed for this event .....

4 Comments:

At 10:04 AM, Blogger Bonnie said...

I can fit four people in my car(although it is a little squishy).

 
At 10:39 PM, Blogger baby_c said...

I can fit 4 other people in my car, but like bonnie it might be a little squishy. I also dont know how to get there so I would have to be following somebody or hopefully somebody coming with me will know the way.

 
At 7:05 PM, Blogger Amy said...

I can fit 3-4.

 
At 2:52 PM, Blogger Louise28 said...

I will be leaving from the north shore, Park Royal, at 11:20 am and can take five more people. I will go through downtown and could pick up people from the Burrard skytrain at 11:30 (if arrangements are made ahead of time) and then will proceed out to UBC. If anyone wants to be picked up somewhere enroute then let me know.

 

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