Flat Stanley: On the Road

While Flat Stanley enjoyed his time exploring the DMA, he really had fun hitting the road with me.  I took Flat Stanley to a wedding in Ontario, Canada and to a conference in New York City.  He had fun seeing the sights and meeting my family and friends!

Crossing the Blue Water Bridge from Michigan into Canada

Crossing the Blue Water Bridge from Michigan into Canada

After crossing the bridge, Stanley waits with his passport to go through Customs

After crossing the bridge, Stanley waits with his passport to go through Customs

With a replica of the Statue of Liberty in New York

With a replica of the Statue of Liberty in New York

Flat Stanley in Times Square

Flat Stanley in Times Square

With the Empire State Building lit up in the distance

With the Empire State Building lit up in the distance

Shannon Karol
Manager of Docent Programs and Gallery Teaching

4 Responses to “Flat Stanley: On the Road”


  1. 1 Mike Karol March 15, 2012 at 3:12 pm

    Very nice blog!

    It looks like you and Flat Stanley have had a lot of fun together.

    Dad

  2. 2 Shannon Karol March 15, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    Thanks, Dad…

  3. 3 Dale Hubert March 16, 2012 at 6:59 am

    Thank you for adding to the little flat guy’s education. I created the Flat Stanley Project in 1995 and even after all these years I enjoy reading about the innovative and generous hosts who involve Flat Stanley in their lives and share the adventures.

    Dale

    Dale Hubert, M. Ed.
    Creator of the Flat Stanley Project, http://www.flatstanley.com
    Chief Educational Officer, Flatter World Inc
    London, Ontario, Canada

  4. 4 Shannon Karol March 16, 2012 at 9:13 am

    Thanks for commenting, Dale! We’ve had fun hosting Stanley at the Dallas Museum of Art and hope he enjoys his future travels!


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