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Travel Blogs from Waupaca
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
Yesterday I had a haircut in Waupaca. Then I went for a walk in the charming little town. Back in the Hartman Creek State Park rain was in the air, so I decided to eat out and headed for a lakeside restaurant called the Wheelhouse. It was ‘All the pizza you can eat’-night but I chose a delicious prime steak sandwich. Back in the camp I lighted a fire (see attached photos).
... br> from major highways. Tomorrow I will go up to Eagle River, stay overnight and
then hit Highway 2 and go west.
I will send you some photos of the campsite within the next few days and
keep you posted about my doings. Actually living in a tent is quite pleasant,
but flush toilets and hot showers are a minimum requirement
... different situations and try new things? The only way to see our full potential, is to place ourselves outside of our comfort zones and learn to adjust.
My grandma told me the other day, "It's funny how it's just a place on a map until you actually go there." How true is this. You can look on a map at all of the countries, oceans, mountains and see nothing but printed picture. There is no way to ...
... of activities to keep the kids busy and they did really well. Especially considering we were packed like sardines into a Hyundai Sonata. We stopped for a picnic lunch just over the Minnesota border, so the kids were able to get out and run off some energy at a nice little rest stop overlooking the Mississippi River.