Callan Bentley is Associate Professor of Geology at Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville, Virginia. He is a Fellow of the Geological Society of America. For his work on this blog, the National Association of Geoscience Teachers recognized him with the James Shea Award. He has also won the Outstanding Faculty Award from the State Council on Higher Education in Virginia, and the Biggs Award for Excellence in Geoscience Teaching from the Geoscience Education Division of the Geological Society of America. In previous years, Callan served as a contributing editor at EARTH magazine, President of the Geological Society of Washington and President the Geo2YC division of NAGT.
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Lola is just trying to tell you to get out of Istanbul quickly…it is an interesting city, but the rest of Turkey has so much to offer with out the 10+million other people and their cars.
It looks to me like she wants to go!
Ozma likes to curl up on paper too. I’ve sort attributed it to the fact that she grew up “nesting” in leaves (and frequently still does, when she’s outside). But it may be a broader predilection of cats generally.
Enjoy your trip in Turkey. I’ll be going there in June.