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Seth Zenz | Imperial College London | UK

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How I Spend My Summer Vacation

I have returned to the San Francisco Bay Area for two weeks for a friend’s wedding.  Fortuitously, that means I can visit other friends and also see my parents — it’s nice to have things in one place!  Oh, and one other thing is here: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, where my group is based, where I work when I’m not working at CERN.  Yesterday, I got up at 5 AM to make the train trip from my parents’ house to Berkeley in time for an 8 AM meeting with my advisor, and I ended up working the whole day.  Yes, I’m on vacation, but I didn’t have any friends who were free during the day, and I thought it would be useful to work with and talk to the various group members who I don’t see so much of because we work on separate continents.  I like my job; I don’t take vacations to get away from it, but because there are other things I want to do.  So, if I have a free moment, well, why not get a few things done for work?

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