An angel in the Andes

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An angel in the Andes

Professor’s Peace Corps project protects environment in Peru
Fort Lewis College psychology professor and Peace Corps volunteer Alane Brown designed a geocaching tour to educate adventure travelers about the environment and cultural history in central Peru, South America. Shutuy Marca ruins are one of the destinations on the tour.
Alane Brown plays music at a cortamonte ceremony with local musicians in Peru.
American tourist Arya Afshari helps Alane Brown’s English students practice tourism vocabulary in August in Marco, Peru.
Alane Brown’s neighbors in Marco, Peru, gathered in the cemetery during the Santiago Festival to drink beer with the dead in July.
Peace Corps volunteer Alane Brown witnessed a flour fight in Marco, Peru.
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An angel in the Andes

Fort Lewis College psychology professor and Peace Corps volunteer Alane Brown designed a geocaching tour to educate adventure travelers about the environment and cultural history in central Peru, South America. Shutuy Marca ruins are one of the destinations on the tour.
Alane Brown plays music at a cortamonte ceremony with local musicians in Peru.
American tourist Arya Afshari helps Alane Brown’s English students practice tourism vocabulary in August in Marco, Peru.
Alane Brown’s neighbors in Marco, Peru, gathered in the cemetery during the Santiago Festival to drink beer with the dead in July.
Peace Corps volunteer Alane Brown witnessed a flour fight in Marco, Peru.
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