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Travel Blogs from Clintonville
Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers, is the longest tenured stadium in the National Football League. Built in 1957, seating capacity has expanded over the years from 32,150 to its current 79,928. Dedicated as City Stadium on Sept. 29, 1957, the ...
The article, "Why Rich Countries Should Care About the World’s Least Healthy People" is a quick read that really highlights some fundamental points about epidemic disease, ethics, and the connection between health and poverty in the light of global health. Check out my highlighted notes! Copy and paste into your search engine:
file://localhost/Users/catherineric**** ***/Desktop/Gostin_Worlds%20Least%20Hea lthy.pdf
... of a melting pot. The bar has free WiFi, so I’m taking advantage of that. Afterwards I will have a hamburger and a beer.
Later I will head for Mellen in the northern part of Wisconsin. It has flush toilets and hot showers – important decision criteria for me! - as opposed to most other state parks.
Attached are a couple of photos from yesterday’s campsite.
Right now I am at ‘croniescafé’ in Waupaca, WI; they have WiFi. Yesterday I
arrived at Hartman Creek State Park with no WiFi but great nature and no
automobile noise. I haven’t had a haircut since Los Alamos and need one badly,
so I drove to town and have an appointment at 2.30. Afterwards I will go back
to the camp ...
"Don't bother with this drive-in." More on this anon.
Travel day today. Headed down to the Green Bay area where there is a drive-in movie theatre. It's not quite 300 miles from Copper Harbor to the Green Bay suburb where the hotel is, so most of the day was just spent driving. The amount of fall color which has developed in the last week was astonishing--not only for the fact that there was so much of it (and no sign of fall last Monday when we made this ...