Wallis Cub Junior 13-25 The Cub Junior was the successor to the Wallis Cub which was the first to use a one-piece frame. The unit frame design was improved upon in the Cub Junior by enclosing the final drives. First built in 1918, the 13-25 was powered by a Wallis-built engine.
Built by Kei’ichi Irie + Power Unit Studio in Karuizawa, Japan with date Images by hiroyuki HIRAI. The site is facing with a busy street with tourist’s cars and buses specially in the summer time, but the garden-side...
Are you teaching your students about growth mindset? Your Fantastic Elastic Brain by JoAnn Deak is a perfect segue for teaching your students the power of growth mindset. Conceptually, these ideas are perfect for any level, but this literature unit was created for 2nd-6th graders in mind. Infused with reflections, challenges (including a STEM challenge), and opportunities to identify and clarify growth mindset vs fixed mindset, your students are sure to learn and have a great deal of fun!
Aniva Lighthouse, Sakhalin, Sea of Okhotsk, Russia. The lighthouse has 7 floors of crew quarters; its construction at this isolated and dangerous spot was a significant accomplishment of Japanese engineering. Today the lighthouse is much in need of restoration, but has been complicated by remains of a nuclear power unit installed by the Soviets. Located on a small islet just off the point of the cape. Accessible only by boat in very dangerous seas. by Ichabod H