Elizabeth Inn and Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in central Wisconsin:
We left the prairie about 20 miles past La Crosse, and the scenery became more like South Carolina's rural countryside...with the exception of the dairy farms and potato fields! Not to mention the cool, fresh air that was quite welcoming for southern travelers in July. We arrived at the Hancock KOA campground, got set up, and kicked back and relaxed to a warm campfire and a ...
... the smoothest pre-departure eve we've ever had. Got a little sad having to say all my goodbyes but I think the time will fly by. Pegster hooked me up with some fresh freezer candy which I have all packed up for my flight, just like she told me to do AND we planned a birthday reunion dinner at anchor bay to celebrate our birthdays when I return. Can't wait to get out of this freezing weather and back to paradise tomorrow.. you're only a day away!!!! ...
... running water (well, to the sink but not the toilet -- so an outside loo of the non-flushing sort was part of the setup).
The heat wave started on the Saturday. We said goodbye to Tom and Wendy -- and then went off to Pat's husband Cliff's family reunion in New London. The tornado that took a tree out behind our cabin (just BEFORE we arrived) had caused major ...
... an emergency visit to a Weyauwega dentist.
The weather was superb: just warm enough to swim, cool enough to be comfortable walking, boating and above all sleeping at night. The heat wave was ahead of us --- started hitting high 90's (F) the day we checked out of the cabin.
Pat brought over a trailer full of kayaks so we had six in all, and all the cousins could go out together exploring paddle power through the chain.
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