Brayton Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We are finally home! It is good to be home. We missed this place after all. On the way home, Jeremy and I were talking about how much we missed our little Freya. We missed her first Christmas :( but we will for sure compensate it by getting her a new big bone.
While I am very thankful to arrive home safe and sound, I am reminded of the fate of the passengers of the Air Asia who went missing on the route to Singapore from Surabaya, Indonesia. I don't ...
... make sure we are not missing deadlines. Called the banks. Spoke to Greg for hours. Stopped the mail until we're back. Making arrangements with mom for Winda to drop off Freya. Emailed all our neighbors to watch over our house while we are gone. Getting ready to miss our little puppy, but excited to see my in-laws!
Indonesia here we come!
... flying right by our car - he was flying low and pretty near to us so I got a really good look. Unfortunately my camera was not quick enough. We also crossed over the Wisconsin River twice on the way home.
Wisconsin is so beautiful in the summer. It's beautiful in the winter too, but too bad it's so cold and full of snow that must be shoveled. Okay, I did not ...
... moving pretty early, as many of the pilots, especially the warbirds, go out for early morning flights.
I got up and wandered around, logged onto the web to post yesterday's blog, and generally relaxed while Alex slept in. Considering he didn't go to bed until midnight, and me until 12:30 in the morning, the sleep was welcome, and still not nearly enough.
I had to wake Alex at 7:45 so that he and I could meet a friend of mine, Larry Pine, ...
... in what we didn't see: other planes. The first other plane we saw in the air was the B-17 when we were turning downwind to runway 27 at Oshkosh. Amazingly enough, there was a big lull right as we landed.
Speaking of runway 27, it turns out that is not the runway I wanted to land on. Because there was no traffic, I asked for the runway that I thought would have the shortest taxi to parking. Although homebuilt camping ...