MY STORY

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Ruth Gerber Rupp was raised in the Ocooch Mountain Region of Southwest Wisconsin.  A place named for the Western Upland area of Wisconsin also known as the Driftless Region, meaning un-glaciated, lacking glacial drift or the  Paleozoic Plateau, referring to a geologic era, Greek for "ancient life". The lack of glaciated  terrain accounts for high hills, bluffs, and ridges. 

The Chippewa, Black, La Crosse, Kickapoo, Baraboo, Lemonweir, Pine, Wisconsin, Grant, Platte and Pecatonia rivers and their tributaries create deeply eroded valleys that contrast the nearby peaks.