Life on Top Heavenly Lake Tahoe
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- I woke up at 10am
- I had breakfast at a local coffee shop
- I left Tahoe at 12pm
- I first stopped at a gas station and got gas and then I started on my way back to Sacramento
- It took me 2 1/2 hours and it was 121 miles and then I was home! ...
... had dinner in the town at the same pizza place every night
... drive the RV through several tunnels and we were concerned that they would be tall enough for us. The signs indicating the height were confusing, but we got through them fine. As you come out of the first tunnel, it is like you are in a different world. The view is of the valley, and you can see El Capitan and the Half Dome and it was just breathtaking. Unfortunately, the sun was shining right at us, so we weren’t able to get great pictures. We met ...
... Don't think there is any where in oz that has this. Check out the photos. Anyway, the people were lovely and took us to a couple of wineries near by to them. We ended up spending the rest of the day at a beautiful winery and talking over a couple of bottles of wine and some gourmet pizzas. We will have to come back here with a van to collect the signs as they are way to big to put in the car. Got into San Francisco about 10:30 ...
... that learning to the Highly Effecitve Teaching Learning Principles. I have included a picture of this powerpoint below. These principles are usually somewhat familiar to teachers, but seeing them all together made something click! The human brain is designed to learn a certain way...and it's not through memorization and worksheets. Here are a few principles that really stood out for us:
1. Intelligence is a function of experience.