This got me thinking…what would exercise students’ brains during inclement recreation time? Recess isn’t a break from learning…it’s a time for kids to use their brains in a different way!
I know we have become increasingly reliant on TV, computers, video games and on-demand “entertainment” however; children don’t need time in front of a screen…they need to PLAY. Why would anybody want to watch a movie when there are endless opportunities for creating, exploring, imagining and fun!?
Also offered are four genuine caboose cars that have been renovated for your comfort, while preserving their charm and character. Parlor contains two wingback chairs and English oak antiques. All caboose cars feature private bath, TV/VCR, microwave, refrigerator, and outside sun deck. Milwaukee orange and yellow colors outside; deep, rich greens inside.
Emil Schweighart Room Shaded by the tall pine tree, this large corner room features two English oak double beds with coverlets of dusty rose. Queen bed, three twin bunk options and a 3/4 bath with shower. This 1964 bay window steel caboose car features queen bed, private bath with jetted Jacuzzi tub, sitting room with table and chairs, A/C, and back deck near the creek. Dining Room Each morning, the aroma of freshly brewed coffee and a full country breakfast greets you as you enter our large and friendly dining room.
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Other Activites - There's always something going on in our community. Dickson County Right To Life is dedicated to the task of serving the Dickson community through education and service.Three rooms share two spacious bathrooms (Main Hall). Brady Suite Named in honor of a five-generation Milwaukee Railroad family, this is our special occasion suite. Four genuine caboose cars have been lovingly renovated for your comfort.Four rooms have private bathrooms (1920 Addition), including the elegant Brady Suite with a jetted bathtub. Separate bedroom features a massive solid oak four-poster queen bed with hand-crocheted lace coverlet. Perfect for families or for those who enjoy more privacy.The downtown pays tribute to the area’s coal mining history while offering visitors unique shopping experiences in a classic square setting.” A. 74 east, a favorite of motorcyclists, with scenic overlooks, windy roads, and not much traffic. I think if you stay on it the whole width of the state, starting at Texarkana to the Mississippi River, it’s around 200 miles in length.” Kerry Kraus, travel writer for Central Arkansas: “I have two favorites for Central Arkansas. 10 west after you get past all the population of west Little Rock. At Scott, you can stop at the Plantation Agriculture Museum and Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park, and Scott Plantation Settlement. It’s a mixture of pastures and mountains that is just, well, scenic, and Ark. Jill Rohrbach, travel writer for Northwest Arkansas: I think the Old 71 (Boston Mountains Scenic Loop/U. Heading toward Pinnacle Mountain and Lake Maumelle is always a pretty drive but is really special in the fall. Stop in for a hubcap burger at Cotham’s, a historic general store and restaurant.