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Great guys here that were willing to make me feel at home as well as carry a conversation for hours. One bizarre highlight was giving an impromptu presentation to a Platteville Intro to College class of 20 or so freshman on Greek life. The other presenters were Joe, another SigEp and Sydney, the student body ...
... banker when his neighbours asked if they could also use it, he said yes for 10 cents. The population is over 30,000, their is little evidence of this, however they are trying to revive the downtown, which is good as they have a lot of beautiful brick buildings, which is left over from their brick building industry. They do have 47 churches - one of which we visited today. like Le ...
... for some cheesecake. Then it was sitting around and chilling some more till it was home time for everyone. Not before we had a measuring session to see who was the tallest guy between Jeff, Payton & joey, which then lead to everyone being measured. I was 5'6 which was the shortest of them as they were all touching 6'4/6'5!! Then it was a quick watch of the little raccoons again before hitting the hay and nursing my full belly. A good nights sleep ready for my last Dodgeville day ...
BugnOut1 to Dubuque. Irish Hooley. Camping at Miller Park 'down by the river' Vhris Farley style. Weather was in the 70's and only rained a little at night. Thursday was spent at the site. Grilled and chilled Friday we headed downtown and ate at Mason Dixon Saloon. Headed to Lot1 for a beer. Took scan to the Star Brewery to the Irish Hooley. Much smaller and ...
... There are huge dairy farms everywhere. I am absolutely in love with all the old red barns along the way. It was odd when we crossed into Iowa, the farms were rows of corn mixed with rows of soybeans. Always interesting to see how different regions farm.
Today was planned as a shorter travel day into Iowa so we could visit the “National Farm Toy Museum” in Dyserville. Kevin has talked about seeing ...