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... is serious about its recycling at least in the rest areas! Talk about being very specific about sorting your recycled items. Inside the rest area, they had a dirt track bike. Dave Standen, this photo is for you. Dick said that you used to go to dirt track races in Wisconsin! Arrived in Milwaukee after being on the road for about 6.5 hours. After getting settled, we drove down to the Milwaukee River Walk going past Marquette University. Got a good walk ...
... part of Milwaukee is the bronze statue of Arthur Fonzarelli aka "The Fonze". Of course Happy Days was based here so we had planned our day around the core tenets of old school Milwaukee being beer, bowling and bars.
We looked around the historic 3rd ward, which much likes it counterparts elsewhere was a jazzed up version of an old warehousing district, now sporting bars, restaurants and trendy shops. After grabbing a bite at ...
... br> conversational English instruction.
Rones Medard and Mackenson Pal, two university educated and fluent English speaking Haitians native to the La Montagne area, agreed to conduct classes for teachers and students on weekends through August.
Presently, Rones & Sonson are working under a contract with CEL and are teaching weekend courses in conversational English.
Rones sends regular Facebook updates ...
... when things really start kicking up a notch! The place was packed now, and there were queues for things! I think they had an opening fireworks show and stuff, and all the well known bands were coming on later (I think they had Meatloaf and Peter Gabriel was the headliner).
Anyway, my musical thirst was saturated so I decided to call it a night.
It is an epic festival to say the least, well worth a visit if you're ever in Milwaukee...which I'm sure you will ...
... musician, and do what musicians do and you make music, you then allow others to listen. And after you've made that music, the audience does what it wants about interpreting that music. If you influence them positively, then, on a shorter timeline, they may respond with feedback, which flows into your creative positivity, which in turn helps you reproduce more of that goodness (hopefully).
Perhaps though, on a longer timeline, 15 years from now that music lands upon ...