Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center - La Crosse
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... a lovely lunch, and I bought a couple of lovely dresses. We then drove to into Minnesota and met the Mississippi River, we drove along it for a way before getting to the camp site at winona. We went for a quick swim in the river before dinner. Today we have another very long day of driving. State count- 8 - New York - New Jersey - Pennsylvania - Ohio - Indiana - Illinois - Wisconsin - ...
... Grade Team which does a Civil Rights unit
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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 ...
Day 34 Saturday 4th July. Fargo to La Crosse, Wisconsin. 381 miles
We leave Fargo a little worse for wear, after a bit of drinking last night. Interstate all the way to Minneapolis - about 200 miles. We have rew stops on the way and do a steady 75mph so make good progress. Through the centre of Minneapolis, which isn't too busy. The trusty Garmon sat navs guides us well through the maze of roads.
... are in a state like Wisconsin. The torture museum was only a mile or 2 off the road we were on. One mile from our destination, BOOM, you're in some sort of cheese curd, waterpark, tourist mecca. A 2-3 mile long strip of chachki shops, bathing suits, and Ripley's Beleive It or Nots, sneaks up on you real fast after you haven't seen anything more exciting than a non-red barn for the last 2 hours.
We parked, found our torture ...