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... mustard, cheese and Elk jerkey. The public market was like a condensed phanueil hall. Afterwards we went to find the Ubertap cheese bar. If you like cheese definitely check this place out! There is a bar on one side and a cheese market on the other. With samples of all types of cheeses all over the store! Cheese ...
On Friday, October 10th we flew out to Milwaukee, WI to join in celebrating Adam and Christine getting married!
We arrived at the hotel and got ready for the rehearsal and dinner as Michael was a groomsmen and needed to get the Catholic wedding traditions down! Leah and Tina Whitnell caught up as they worked on when to kneel and when to stand.
After that we went to a local Italian place where we ate ...
... Ashli for the advice on Carbo Pro and the Stinger Chews. Transition from bike to run no problems. The run was a two lap course. The course was beautiful we had a great view of the lake and ran in some really nice neighborhoods. All along the run the community was out cheering and had brought out hoses from their homes for us to run through. I loved those hoses! It was so hot that I ran through every one of them. The course was also well stocked well with hydration and food. ...
We are up! We were all up at 6:30 am. We didn't have to worry about sleeping in. Breakfast in the hotel. Coffee at the Holiday Inn was awful. So after we packed up the bikes in the drizzle we left around 8:30 and found a Starbucks around the corner. It took us about 35 minutes to get to Racine and during that time the clouds parted and the sun started to shine. First stop was registration and check in. We got there about right after ...
PS. JoAnne, had the traditional pasty for breakfast. The gal at the counter asked us when we got our pizza pasty if we wanted ketchup or mustard and I'm like NO. We didn't need it for the pizza one, but when we heated up the traditional one we needed ketchup. We are carrying a cooler and of course it had Heinz ketchup in it, so we ate it with that. Ground meat, diced potatoes and rutabaga. Very yummy!
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