Holiday Inn Express Canton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Flat rides
Pipe Scream, Lake Erie Eagles
8:00 Dinner at Ryan's
Skeleton Crew - Celebration Plaza ((outside Iron Dragon)
3:30pm, 5:30pm, 7:30pm
Halloween Hullabaloo - Good Time Theatre
1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm
... 21 Blackbird, a variant of the A-12, the earliest Blackbird type. Built for a CIA program code-named “Tagboard,” the M-21 carried unpiloted drones for intelligence gathering. These D-21 drones were intended for launch from the M-21 “mother ship” for flights over especially hostile territory considered too “hot” for piloted Blackbird overflights. The Museum's M-21, built in 1963, and is the sole survivor of two M-21s constructed. The ...
... math idea. We noticed during the lesson, a chart was created with students for defining a fraction and the procedure for naming a fraction. This made us wonder: -When do student created generalizations become a procedure? When do we record these as procedures? -What sense are all students making of the math? How would we know what students are understanding? Other wonderings: -Are opportunities for partner talk limited in the EML because the ...
... the ensuing race and returned to comment on the affair to me: "I saw how you could whip that thing around--that is a really cool RV!"
He leaves and I proceed to top off the RV. Another gentleman emerges from the store at the gas station and stops in his tracks: "That is a really cool looking RV. I've got that trailer over there and my next one will be something like this..."
Haven't even started the trip yet!
... as they rooms are all lit by the lightbulbs that Edison invented (although Edison didn't invent the lightbulb itself he did invent the first mass produced lightbulb). Also you could see the system Edison had put in place to power all his lathes and machining tools.
The last few places we went to were a steam engine roundhouse (which had some really impressive engines stored there), a glassblower and tin maker. All in all it was ...