Lake Ripley Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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... we hit the road arriving at Courtney's new house in Madison around 2:15 PM. (That's where we had parked our car all week.) She fortified us with chocolate chip cookies : ) and we visited while moving all our stuff to our own vehicle. We returned the Traverse then proceeded to hit the worst traffic of our trip between Madison and Whitewater! But it was very good to get home. Very very good. We got everything in the house ...
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The next morning came way to fast and off we went to "git-er-fixed". Nooo Nellie, not Lulu, the air-conditioner....After a wonderful journey of 2 blocks we pulled into the repair place, arriving at 8:30 AM, went on in, told the guy who we were, what we wanted and turned over the keys. I verified that all the work would take about 3 hours...Yeppers he said. So we ...
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· Kim called. Divert! Southwest has a seat. Thanks Jackie LaPointe! Oh yeah, Shawn and Jackie LaPointe will be traveling with us. Or us them. We hijacked their trip. Shhh…don’t say hijack on ...
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