Travel Blogs from Stevens Point
today i am in wisconsin, and i am on my way to go meet elaine in seattle. i will be meeting up with her in seven days, soo i have a lot of driving ahead of me. it is nice seeing all of america again, going through all of these small towns and seeing many ...
... I took the three older ones to visit the Mepps (www.mepps.com) fishing lure factory in Antigo, Wisconsin. I remember bringing my son, Dan, here when he was younger. We had a 30 minute tour of the assembly area and then met one of the owners, Dan Sheldon. Thanks to my son, Dan (who is a friend of Dan Sheldon's'), the kids were given free Mepps lures. The look on their faces ...
... top of the tower. Then I had the biggest grin because I had made it! But the smile was short lived once I realized I still had 3 more miles to walk back to my vehicle. The smile didn't return until I saw my SUV. Will I do the hike again? You bet! Besides, I am running out of things to share with you on my blog. (Can you tell?) Enjoy the pictures that I took while hiking as well as some more family pictures. Until ...
... the hike back down was easier. We plan to do the hike again this afternoon and then climb to the top of the observation tower. I should be able to get some great photos from that vantage point. Jenni, Dan, and Tyler are in Napa Valley right now but I will see them tomorrow when they get home. In the meantime, I am enjoying their quiet home. That is about all for now. Until ...
The article, "Why Rich Countries Should Care About the World’s Least Healthy People" is a quick read that really highlights some fundamental points about epidemic disease, ethics, and the connection between health and poverty in the light of global health. Check out my highlighted notes! Copy and paste into your search engine:
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