On October 12, 2011, Discover Wisconsin came out to
Prior to our hike, the kids were very attentive to my every word and curious about the History of Bohn Lake and the Ice Age Trail. We talked about the meaning of accessibility and how important volunteering in their community is.
Here’s one question that really stands out from the day and expresses the impact this hike and the Ice Age Trail left behind on these students.
Student asks, "How big is the Ice Age Trail?"
My answer, "1,200 miles!"
His reply "Wow, that's jaw dropping!"
The student’s enthusiasm and excitement only grew throughout the day and the questions just kept coming and coming!
Afterwards, I had the honor of interviewing with Emmy Fink, Host of Discover Wisconsin, highlighting the importance of accessibility, what accessibility and the Bohn Lake Accessible Trail means to me, how the accessible trail benefits the state and continues to give back to the community...and so much more!
Stay tuned to DWTV and discover what's happening on the Ice Age Trail right here in Wisconsin!
If you missed it...Don't worry! Follow the link below to watch the complete episode.
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A Special Thank You to...
The Discover Wisconsin Crew! Producer, Chad Diedrick, Host, Emmy Fink and Kirk McCanish, the Cameraman, for coming out to Waushara County. It was an absolute pleasure working with each of you!
Coloma Elementary School, Mrs. Cheryl Flyte and Mrs. Groskreutz for hiking with us! Each student's curiosity and the beautiful nature items hunted for me was very appreciated!
Rebecca Hamilton Hildebrandt, Director of Development for the Ice Age Trail
for all the amazing photos!
Check out the Photo Gallery to experience our hike.
Go to Discover Wisconsin to learn more about upcoming adventures and shows.
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Go to Ice Age Trail Alliance to learn more about the Ice Age Trail and what's happening in Waushara County.
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