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Smokey Visits New Zealand

Benita H. Moore received her master’s degree in business education from UT Knoxville in 1976. She now lives in Jonesboro, Ga., and is associate dean of the College of Professional Studies and professor of business education at Clayton State University in Morrow, Ga.

“My husband and I visited New Zealand in September 2008 to see our younger son, who is completing a study abroad program at Victoria University in New Zealand,” Moore wrote.

“I am at the Red Rocks in Wellington, New Zealand, on a very windy day. The Red Rocks are known for the red color in the rocks (from iron deposits) and for the seals that live in this area during a few months out of the year. Two of the seals are sleeping behind me on the rock.”


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