Monthly Archives: August 2010

Artland

Last night I watched the first episode of Artland. “Two art lovers, an RV and the open road; ARTLAND is a trek across the country to find the treasures native to certain regions of the United States.” Sound familiar? It … Continue reading

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OMG–I’ve been Waglerized!

I’ve been home just a little over 48 hours and already I’m looking at things with different eyes and asking lots of questions in a way that makes me feel like I’m channeling Mark Wagler.  My good-humored spouse has put … Continue reading

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Wish You Were Here – Enjoy Being There

I’m missing all my fellow travelers this morning! Hope you all are enjoying being home and will do something with your home town’s local culture today.  For me, it will be an early harvest festival, Savor the Summer, at Troy … Continue reading

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Home Safely

I hope everyone is home safely.  I want to thank you all for a great trip.  I also want to give you the address of the website of over 4,000 copyright free images for teachers. http://ideas.wisconsin.edu Mark expressed interest in … Continue reading

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Slit toe moccasin image

I think this is the moccasin that Susan wrote about.-Judy

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Greg Johnson, slit toe moccasin artist

One of the highlights of our time on the Lac du Flambeau reservation was meeting with the artists who live and work on the reservation and now show their work through the NiiJii Gallery.  Greg is also the Gallery’s artistic … Continue reading

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Group photo at Breezy Hill Farm

The WTLC tour group at Breezy Hill Farm, in Dallas WI. This is the dairy farm of Mary and Alex Olson.

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