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... our lunch, a couple bottles of water, carrots!
- Updated SiriusXM radio - we listened to the Reds today, and they won, too!
- Updated GPS system
- Available traffic information system in the car
I remember driving with my family back in the dinosaur age.. paper maps and a prayer to get where we wanted to go.
So, no Illinois state line sign.. up to my old tricks from last year. Missed it. So, didn't get the photo! However, got the Wisconsin state line ...
... market....fyi great Shrimp Po'boy, some would say as good as New Orleans, we walked along the riverfront in search of Fonzie. By this stage we were both completely wet so a quick photo and off we went back to the car.
Headed a few miles out of downtown to the Miller brewery tour. At one stage Milwaukee was the capital of beer brewing in this country, hence the baseball team being called the brewers. Alas this is no longer the case, ...
... Alpine Ridge in East Troy, WI. The venue is nice as in it is a really nice looking venue, but it is also all wood, with a low ceiling height. It is amazing how fluid out load-ins are becoming now that we are thirty shows into the tour. Again, we had a short, and very awkwardly placed dock, so the main LED wall did not get started until after noon. With all of that said, we were still able to sound check at 4:30PM as planned. ...
... lied ... It was really cold! The Museum of Art was a fairly quick visit ...Georgia O'Keefe, Barbara Hepworth, Picasso, Joan Miro and Andy Warhol were among the permanent exhibits. There was a Kandinsky exhibition on loan from the Pompidou Centre. We moved onto the Science and Technology Centre and spent a white pushing buttons, pulling knobs and tapping interactive screens. The aquarium part of the centre had fish from the lakes as well as the Atlantic Ocean. All quite interesting.
We continue east to the city of Milwaukee and a visit to the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) with a collection of over 30,000 works of art serving over 350,000 visitors a year. The MAM recently gained international recognition with the construction of the white concrete Quadracci Pavilion, designed by Santiago Calatrava (his first completed project in the United States), which opened on May 4, 2001. ...