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Tertiary education nirvana

March 31, 2012

Paul Smith College

Tertiary education nirvana.Among the many things I have learned after it is almost too late.

But some of my Bright young friends and/or non-Bright young friends with great cullinary skills and/or with yearnings for winter snow and temperature more like Яросла́вль may yet take advantage of and / or direct children to this obviously great experience in tertiary education.

Full disclosure: My great-great-great-grandfather James Vaughan, and his brother Sir Charles, came from England to a site in this area and made a mint in a cotten mill business driven by Adirondack waterfalls and facilitated by the Erie Canal.

What this country really needs is more and better super-duper cooking.


Paul Smith’s College – Division of Hospitality, Resort & Culinary Management – Culinary Arts

“In the kitchen laboratories and classrooms, learn from instructors with years of culinary experience.

“Then practice your new skills at internship sites in places like the Alaskan mountains, the Florida Keys, the high plains of Oregon or the beaches of Southern California.

“Even more culinary experiences can be found on college sponsored road trips or in neighboring Lake Placid, named one of the top resort destinations in North America, where major hotels and spas sit side by side with family inns and the dozens of restaurants and pubs lining its fashionable main street.”

Snowshoe race at Paul Smith College. Full disclosure. My father used to snowshoe just south of here. Had to avoid tripping over telephone wires.

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