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... t sure they'd take us out. At the end of the sail our captain (is that what he was called?) said it was windier than they were expecting and close to more windy than they usually consider safe. But when we arrived they were still willing, if we were willing. I don't know what the perfect day for a sail is, but for us this was amazing. We loved it. We had no idea what to ...
... of as many as we could while here. We found the most on the way to Door County, though those we saw in Sauk County were nice.
I think I was heading toward the Aldo Leopold Foundation, but we drove into Baraboo and ended up on the Circus World street. So while I had decided earlier this wouldn't be a top priority- with it being after Labor Day there are no acts ...
First day on the road started out with me waking up to the thought of eight hours in an RV with squeaks, bumps, bangs and some mysterious unidentified sounds unknown to human kind (never know what kind of sounds you will find in an old rented RV). I have ridden eight hours a few times to Tennessee before and it wasn't that bad, but that was with my friends, not a lot of traffic, and no constant squeaks and bangs. Driving what turned out to ...
... noon. Finally, the train came an hour and 15 minutes late. People were freaking out because they were going to miss their flights.
Once I got the airport, I got a trolley cart thing for my luggage, which was the most brilliant thing in the world. I half ran to the place to check my bags. The lady started asking me questions and then asked if I spoke French. Then she asked me the security questions in French. I got a little ...