Letters: Swim at Your Own Risk
The article and picture in the summer edition of On Wisconsin [Traditions] brought back memories of many afternoons on the lake. I had brought my cedar strip canoe with me from Canada while finishing my MBA in the summer of 1969. I would drive my car to the lake and put books, plus food and drink, into the canoe and go out on the lake. I would study, eat, and drink, and then go for a swim. I did, however, develop an ear infection and went to the student health clinic, where I was warned that swimming in the lake was not a good idea!
Patrick Edwards MBA’69
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Published in the Fall 2009 issue