Thursday, August 2, 2007

Blog the Boat

The first 30 people who reply to this post get free tickets to a harbor tour compliments of Maine Maritime Academy. The tour departs from the Maine Maritime dock at 4:30. Don't be late! The winners will be posted at Inspiration Station at 4 o'clock.

First 30 responses should meet at Inpiration Station at 4:10 for a guided walk down Pleasant Street to meet Captain Mike Alison at the wharf. Those who might want to drive down may park in the parking lot down at the waterfront and assemble at the Breeze ice cream stand. We will pick you up at that point. Departure from the dock is at 4:30.

37 comments:

Cheryl Oakes said...

hi there, this is great.
cheryloakes

Rebecca Henry said...

We are having a GREAT time here at the MLTI conf!

Jana Diket said...

What a great way to get us all involved!

Anonymous said...

i win a ticket on the boat. yeah!!!



cheryl clukey

Anonymous said...

Jo Ann Nickerson

Anonymous said...

Joan Wenzel

Amy Deshane said...

Hi! I'd love to go! Having a great time!

Anonymous said...

I want a ticket.

Barb Rehmeyer

Anonymous said...

I am learning to do more things that I ever thought I would. This is forcing me to learn to Blog.

Betsy York

Mrs. H. said...

This is great!!!

Betsy Allen said...

I hope I get to go!

Anonymous said...

Theresa Cyr

Anonymous said...

Mary Learned

Kathy F said...

I now know what a wikki is.

Mrs. H. said...

Hi, Jim,
This is Sherry from Rangeley. I'm logging in under Lisa's account. Mine is not working.

Anonymous said...

Me too...
Joe Makley

Debi said...

Great sharing session first 1/2 of the day.-debi baker

Argy Nestor said...

Roger Whitney was an awsome presentor of GBand program. Great ideas!

Anonymous said...

Thanks to MLTI and DOE for organizing this conference. What a great opportunity to meet and talk with a group of talented techies and go back to school inspired and energized!
Thanks again,
Martha Borden, YMS

Shawn said...

Shawn Kimball would love to spend some time on a boat on this fine summer day! Thank you for this opportunity.

Anonymous said...

Brian Mitchell looks forward to a fun boat ride.

George said...

George Crawford would love a boat ride.

Ann Luginbuhl said...

So I guess if I am in time I will join everyone on the boat. If not this was a great way to point people to this blog.

Diane-FHS said...

Thanks for the opportunity for the mini-cruise! Just another great thing I'll be getting out of this conference!

Diane Whitmore
Freeport H.S.

Donna C said...

Second try- Really enjoyed David Warlick's session this morning. Totally agree that the arts are essential to our students' future success.

Denise J. Friant said...

a boat ride would be fun

Anonymous said...

Shana Goodall would enjoy a boat ride - it will be refreshing.

Anonymous said...

Was nice and cool and such a lovely view. Beware, though, you will get wet so dress accordingly. Nice way to relax after being so focused all day. Loads of fun!

Barb Rehmeyer

Amy said...

Very nice day for a boat ride, though it was not a low-salt trip. I'll find a way to get some pictures up somewhere.

Amy Deshane said...

I believe that my pictures will be on flickr.com, if you search for pictures under MMA MLTI. "Simonthecat" is the photographer.

diane-fhs said...

Thanks to the conference organizers for setting the boat ride up! Even though it got cut short due to rough seas, it was a nice activity break after a full day of learning. It works for our students and it works for us! And my clothes are almost dry...:)

George said...

Thanks for the boat ride to the conference organizers and Maine Maritime Academy. It was great. The scenery was beautiful. I enjoyed the free salt water shower!

B. York said...

The boat ride was wonderful! Wet, but wonderful. The coastline is beautiful and the boat were a joy to watch, especially the sail boats. Thank you for the opportunity to have such an experience. Capturing the lost hat was a highlight also.

Anonymous said...

David Warlick's morning session on the world of Literacy through technology was very informative.
The video shown Museum of Media History was a wonderful way to introduce us to thinking about ethical questions concerning the use of the internet - the media is the message or is it ?

Joe Makley said...

Great boat ride. I'm glad we got out into the swells a little bit.

Donna C said...

The boat ride was great - I needed a shower anyway!

Ann Luginbuhl said...

The boat ride was a real treat. It was a gorgeous day, the salt spray was refreshing, the captain and mate competent (nice hat snag!!!). Thanks for opening it up and giving us the chance to enjoy!!!
Ann Luginbuhl