Tea Island Resort
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We decided a boat ride would be a great way to see Lake George. Our boat was named Mohican, and gave us a great ride around the lake. The lake is 32 miles long as has lots of history. We were surprised at how populated the lake is with homes and just how popular the lake is for boaters. The state owns numerous islands where you can camp with limited amenities, but you must have a boat as that is the only way to ...
... had seen. This was a resort owned by the YMCA. It is a place a lot of family's come to relax and join in good old family activities.
On the drive to the YMCA we saw several nice little towns, Bolton and Bolton Landing. All the little towns along the lake have motels, restaurants and plenty of tourists.
The Lake George area is hopping!!!
... rest after our first three in a row back from the lovely break. We hit the ground running and didn’t stop until we were at the hotel room. I slept for three hours than went out to the local Wal-Mart for a few small items. After returning back to my room, I chilled out for a bit and went to bed. I can’t believe how tired I am.
Today we are in Saratoga Springs, NY. ...
... kid with Autism!" It pretty much sums it up, I'd also say if you know 1 Pears kid you know 1 Pears kid. I can't help but think it's also true of all sorts of settings and young people. "If you know 1 kid off the estate, you know that kid.."....that's it. Reflected history is often unkind, untrue and unhelpful. I suppose for me, I'm now wondering about the language of my school, do we deal more in deficit than in credit? It's hard to say. I know what the ideal is, but ...
... the SEN young people that go into mainstream schools. They tend to leave the special schools alone and in fact few could tell me what was happening in their district's special schools. I was impressed by Dr Allington who spoke passionately about reading. And he spoke about the importance of student choice in reading texts, if you find the hook exploit it. He also talked about how teachers are assessed here. It's 55% on student test scores, 25% on the ...