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Where in the World is Smokey?

Vacationing Down Under




Sarah Denton graduated from UT Knoxville in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in human ecology, focused on human resources training and development. She now lives in Los Angeles and works as a staff recruiter for Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP.

“My picture is taken in Brisbane, Australia, at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary,” she said. “Lone Pine is the world’s first and also largest koala sanctuary. My boyfriend and I were visiting his sister, who was studying abroad at the University of Queensland.”

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What an amazing photo!

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sarah is the best!

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love Sarah's little friend. I hope she named him Smokey :)

Blogger Proud DAD said...

Go Sarah, Go Sarah!! What a great way to continue the family tradition of support for the VOLS!!

Love,

Proud DAD

Anonymous dave Carver said...

my wife and i had the good luck to live in australia for just under 2 years. During our time there, we wore our ORANGE proudly. Perhaps the most amazing experince was standing on a street corner in Hobart, Tasmania. As we waited for the light to change, we heard someone cry out "go vols"... not a greating we expected to hear so far from home.

We turned around and found a family of 4 walking up to us with big smiles. They had seen our Tennessee jackets and were just as amazed to come across vols on the far side of the world.

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