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... shoes and reassembling your stuff to run to the gate with 2 minutes to spare? As I said divine intervention. Our host at the Crystal Palace had our sign up for us when we touched down and with our luggage we were whisked into paradise. Note the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga web page has a article about my adventure in San Salvador on today. Been a good day! Here is the ...
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I plan to present Rosenstrasse as a story line of the history. I pray that I can represent Cleveland City Schools, and those who believe in me, with educational words and integrity, as I present Rosenstrasse to other educators. I will be the only person from the south who will be participating in this Holocaust experience, and I want to represent us well!
Rosenstrasse: Never Underestimate ...
... Dad/husband can drive us to the airport before the crack of dawn.
I am beyond excited about what we are getting ready to see and experience! The 10 day forecast shows temperatures between 55-60 and of course chance of rain. Fortunately, no earthquakes are in the forecast, ha! And I'm most excited to visit my sister and her part of the world!
Thank you Fund for Teachers for making this dream possible! I plan to make the most of it!
We are leaving today to return home. We always reflect on the week's events and each of us determin what we liked best.
Peggy – seeing Jack again;
Joan – hiking the Cowpen Trail with Jack;
Carol – Amicalola State ...
We went to Chief Vann House State Historic Site. During the 1790's and early 1800's James Vann was an influential Cherokee Indian who gained great wealth by estabilshing businesses along the Federal Road which forked through the Cherokee nation. In 1804 Vann completed construction of a beautiful two-and-a-half story brick home. It was the most elegant and expensive home in the Cherokee Nation. The home now includes ...
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