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Starting from the hamlet of Wheeler, you can cycle on the train tracks in a group led by Oregon Coast Railriders.


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Xenia Fretter, M.A., has a background in education, linguistics, and translation. With 25 years’ experience as an interpreter and educator, she offers consulting on translation, curriculum design, and adult second-language acquisition.


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Xenia Fretter, M.A., has a background in education, linguistics, and translation. With 25 years’ experience as an interpreter and educator, she offers consulting on translation, curriculum design, and adult second-language acquisition.


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Xenia Fretter, M.A., has a background in education, linguistics, and translation. With 25 years’ experience as an interpreter and educator, she offers consulting on translation, curriculum design, and adult second-language acquisition.


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Xenia Fretter, M.A., has a background in education, linguistics, and translation. With 25 years’ experience as an interpreter and educator, she offers consulting on translation, curriculum design, and adult second-language acquisition.


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Thea Magnusson is an educator, a writer, and a consultant who also has pursuits in music, foreign languages, photography, and gardening.


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Xenia Fretter, M.A., has a background in education, linguistics, and translation. With 25 years’ experience as an interpreter and educator, she offers consulting on translation, curriculum design, and adult second-language acquisition.


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Thea Magnusson is an educator, a writer, and a consultant who also has pursuits in music, foreign languages, photography, and gardening.


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Thea Magnusson is an educator, a writer, and a consultant who also has pursuits in music, foreign languages, photography, and gardening.


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BCC ASL Graduates Testimonials   Where Are They Now? Alexander Sing (2009): He was born in Berkeley, but currently lives in Oakland.  At the age of 18 months, doctors thought he would not be able to talk, so he learned sign language, but it was not ASL; it was Sign Exact English (SEE).  He stopped Read more...
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Making ethical decisions in a vacuum is like getting lost and only asking yourself for directions. This is a combination of the Wit and Wisdom of two people, Xenia Fretter and one other reader who asked not to be named. Thanks to both!