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Re: Ancient Earthworks Society Field Trip 7/08 S. Wisconsin

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  • minnesotafun@wans.net
    How did the field trip go? Would love to hear the details from anyone who went!
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 10, 2012
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      How did the field trip go? Would love to hear the details from anyone who went!

      --- In ancient_waterways_society@yahoogroups.com, "Susan" <beldingenglish@...> wrote:
      >
      >
      > The Ancient Earthworks Society, Inc.
      > is dedicated to the study and preservation of
      > "Art Works on the Ground"--
      > the magnificent effigy mounds
      > of Wisconsin and the Mid-west.
      >
      > FIELD TRIP
      > Sunday, July 8, 2012, 1:00PM <x-apple-data-detectors://0>
      >
      > "The Many Mounds at Nitschke Mounds Park"
      > Guest Lecturer: Dr. James P. Scherz, maps from before the park was
      > established and updates.
      >
      > Also available: AES Memberships, Maps and Reports on many sites ($5.00
      > to $15.00)
      >
      > One Mile of trail is open at Nitschke Mounds Park. Dress appropriately
      > for grassy, wooded area with insects.
      > Bring water, snack, hat, sunglasses as weather dictates. FORECAST IS
      > MID-TO LOW 80s ON SUNDAY JUL. 8--comfortable compared to what we have
      > recently experienced.
      > After Nitschke, if there is time, we'll go to see some mounds just east
      > of Horicon.
      >
      > CAR POOL INFORMATION:
      >
      > AES does not provide rides to the Field Trip locations.
      > However, a few people have expressed interest in ride-sharing to reduce
      > gas costs and emissions.
      > If you are interested in driving or riding, reply to AES's email BY SAT.
      > MORNING JULY 7 <x-apple-data-detectors://3> as follows:
      >
      > 1. Your Name
      > 2. Your Phone Number AND Email Address
      > 3. State whether you will Drive or Ride
      > 4. If you are a Driver how many passangers you can take.
      > 5. State your Departure Point:Madison (East Towne Center) or Baraboo
      > (UCC)
      >
      > I will send the list back to all who inquire, and it will be up to you
      > to make arrangements for yourselves.
      > The designated departure point for Madison will be East Towne Center,
      > main entrance at 11:50am <x-apple-data-detectors://4> .
      > For Baraboo it will be the United Church of Christ at Broadway and 6th
      > Ave. at 10:50am <x-apple-data-detectors://5> .
      > It's customary in other orgs for the riders to give the drivers a few
      > dollars to cover gas..
      > Linda, AES
      >
      > For more information:
      >
      > Linda Meadowcroft, 608-356-3556 <tel:608-356-3556>
      >
      > Dave Weier, 608-241-1444 <tel:608-241-1444>
      >
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