Hampton Inn Greenville
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... feet of water/sec.
·Both sides of the river know if the levee breaks on one side, the other side would be spared, so fearing sabotage each side sets up patrols on the levees
April 21, 1927: Mounds Landing Levee bursts at 8 a.m.
·Water gushes through a crevasse ¾ miles wide
April 22, 1927: Greenville Covered
·Covered by 10' of water
·Flooded region stretches 60 miles east and 90 miles south of Mounds Landing ...
... and the other teachers from across the nation who will be sharing this experience with us. It seems to be quite a diverse group from all over the country and from all sorts of backgrounds. Besides learning content from experts and exploring places where history was made, having the opportunity to meet and network with amazing educators from across the country is a perk of programs such as this. Should be a great week in so many ways.
Day 9: Greenville, MS - Baton Rouge, MS
Today's blog post is going to be quick. I'm staying in downtown Baton Rouge and want to go out and explore.
The day started off with donuts from a great little hole in the wall place in Greenville, MS. I did not make the same mistake I made on not ...
Day 8: Ripley, TN - Greenville, MS (275 miles)
Today was another great day! Early start again. I opened my hotel door to find a layer of snow on CC. Booooo! The stupid polar vortex seems to be sitting over my head and following me down the river.
I headed straight down the GRR ...
... It is cast in concrete and water flows through it all. You step over it and through it and it is great fun and a great way to understand rivers. Along the way the streetmaps of larger towns are cast in bronze so we were able to show the girls all the places we were going ...