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On our way home 702.5 miles today. Joked with Shane we should've tried for the iron butt (1,000). There is no way we left at 6am and did 11 hours in saddle. Good ride though not much traffic. Will get worse from here. In Wisconsin now not ...
Besides starting to plan a return trip to the Delta?
Future Lesson Plan Ideas:
Comparison of the Upper and Lower Mississippi-- looking at geography, culture, history across time in the two regions-- and possibly developing an iBook for use on student iPads
Sharing information regarding Emmett Till Case ...
... mill farm to come on line has 66 turbines and is estimated to have 315 million kilowatt hours per year, enough to power 33,000 single-family homes. It was very interesting to see all those wind mills as we rode by.
It began to storm but we moved on through rain, lightening and then wind. I got to drive in the wind which Jim claimed gave me valuable experience. Well I am now very experienced for sure. The wind really whipped us around and I had to fight the RV to ...
Travel went well today. The mosaic Garden was awesome. Beautiful rolling hilly river valleys were so pretty everything is green and bushes are blooming. The ride from Wilton to the furthest east tunnel was beautiful a slight slow climb to the tunnel, then walk your bike a quarter of a mile through the tunnel. On the way back through the tunnel I met a group of ...
... we see greens of every shade - forested hills, fields of corn, pastures, hay fields. For us, so used to the west, it's quite a change.
We are headed to Columbus, Ohio to visit Kent's cousin, have our tires rotated, restock at Trader Joe's, then keep on moving. The eastern states and Maritime Provinces are calling!
Our interstate highway system ...