Trips

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St. Stephen's Episcopal School Houston - Trips
... During the school year, classes ranging from 1st grade to 12th grade, through school funding, take trips to different parts of the country ... Stephen’s students take field trips to Jones Hall and other music venues in Houston, Texas ... Public transportation is usually utilized on these field trips, to preserve the environment ...
Little Ships Of Dunkirk - Notable Boats
7,461 service personnel from Dunkirk in five trips between 28 May and 2 June, among them the French historian Marc Bloch, who served as a captain in the campaign ... Medway Queen the paddle steamer made the most round trips – seven – rescuing 7,000 men and earning herself the nickname "Heroine of Dunkirk" ... Bluebird of Chelsea the yacht made two round trips to Kent, carrying hundreds of men ...
Lifewater International - History
... Owner of a water pump business, the Ashe family started taking trips to Mexico to promote water sanitation to those in need in the late 1960s ... Over time, these small family trips grew to include other water professionals ... As a result of the success of these trips, William Ashe officially developed the Lifewater name in 1977 ...
List Of International Trips Made By The President Of The United States
... The first four presidential trips by airplane were the four World War II conferences Casablanca, Tehran, Yalta (Franklin D ... Kennedy had one of the most memorable trips to Europe as his final trip before he was assassinated ... Round the world trips were first done by Johnson and Nixon and have been done by presidents Bush and Clinton ...
Camp Avoda - Tradition - Trips
... Every Thursday, except during Color War, is a trip day ... Trips include Six Flags New England, a Red Sox Game, Water Country, etc ... In addition, there are choice trips, in which campers are given the option to choose which trip they would like to go on (there are usually 3-4 options) ...

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    A great proportion of the inhabitants of the Cape are always thus abroad about their teaming on some ocean highway or other, and the history of one of their ordinary trips would cast the Argonautic expedition into the shade.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)