We have three in the queue now, so get yours in. Meet Karl Kramer, whose words are indented:
As a retired scientist (USDA chemist and Kansas State University biochemist), I enjoy serving as an interpreter at the Flint Hills Discovery Center in Manhattan, Kansas (https://www.flinthillsdiscovery.org). It is a rewarding way to help visitors to the Center appreciate the science, history and culture of one of the last remnants of the great American prairie. One of my favorite memories of volunteering is helping young people tour one of the Center’s temporary exhibits titled “The Zoo in You: The Human Microbiome & Microbes in Manhattan: Fighting Flu & Polio.” The exhibit helped visitors to gain a better understanding of the vibrant world of microorganisms in general and also how a pandemic like today’s coronavirus pandemic can affect them and their communities.
Like Jerry, my wife and I both enjoy French food. We have not consumed the cuisine in Paris like Jerry has, but we especially like Grand Marnier soufflé for dessert at Tatsu’s French Restaurant in the Kansas City area.
Kansas City is hardly a food desert: it has some of the best barbecue, fried chicken, and steaks in the U.S. I hope Karl has tried those, too!