BEST WESTERN Plover Hotel & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... July and August from now on. The weather has been wonderful, no humidity, fresh air, cool nights, nothing higher than the low 80's during the days...just wonderful!
So, in summary, if you've never been to America's heartland, we would highly recommend it. You really just don't realize how majestic this country is until you get out into the great expanse of it all.
See you all soon!
Well it's about that time, all packed up and ready to fly out tomorrow! I somehow managed to pack everything into my pack and a carryon suitcase- just hoping I'm under the 50 pound limit and that I can lift my suitcase into the overhead compartment (that's my biggest fear). Mom is being surprisingly calm, except she made me bring two purses to be "safe" and modeled how to wear the unsafe purse correctly….. But I can't complain, I'd say ...
We had the cabin from Saturday to Saturday over two weeks. We were seeing the Menominee Indian Health Centre the next Tuesday, so my cousin Pat invited us to stay three nights with her.
Cousin Dee from Boulder had already tried out Pat's 'guest trailer' -- Pat picks up camper bodies and various other bargains, and had a 20 foot (or so) trailer all set up behind her ...
... just before we arrived that took out a tree and the power and phone lines to the cottage; another just at the end where we just had strong winds and lightning a mile away, but Keshena (where we were headed next; Menominee Indian Nation) was without power for two days.
We visited an arts day in Waupaca, and the Waupaca County Fair (which is actually held down the road in Weyauwega).
Anna had a tooth infection so we ...
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:
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