Courtyard by Marriott La Crosse Downtown / Mississippi Riverfront
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11th-12th July A long day of traveling yesterday, we crossed the whole of Wisconsin. We drove to Milwaukee first to the Miller brewery where we had a tour, it was more about the history of Miller and their production capacity, than about beer making. We then drove to Madison, the state capital for lunch, it was a nice city, not very big, but with lots of independent shops and cafes. ...
... Grade Team which does a Civil Rights unit
Share music information with our music staff
Start looking into potential funding sources to get Emmett Till exhibit and maybe even Simeon and Wheeler into our area
Encourage colleagues to apply in 2016!
Oh, and did I say, plan a return trip?
Fantastic time spend with family and their friends on the lake. Had a bit of trouble with an inflatable, swimming in the lake was brilliant. Saw an eagle and beautiful large dragonflies. Boys. Went tubing and sailing and fast trips in speed boat. Great fun was had by all! Ate dinner near the lake - pizza for everyone ...
... Prescott and boy it is warm, especially in our riding gear. All the local riders are wearing jeans and teesshirts and most don't wear helmets (not law in this state and many others in the USA ).
We stop at a viewpoint on the mississippi and meet up with this lovely bunch of people Diane, Jacqui, Jim and Mike. They are local bikers and were amazed at our journey so far. They were really nice guys (hope ...
... it was weird as promised. We got a free sticker for our Coleman stove and they let Chico walk through! They had some authentic and some reproduced torture devices and a lot of information on how things used to be. The large John Gacy exhibit was the most interesting IMO.
We briefly wandered the rest of 'The Dells,' tried some cheese curds, and got out fast.
Also using Roadtrippers app, we found a fiberglass mold ...