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Wow, What a rest day, a great recharge of the batteries, and pleasent stroll in a building full of MY kind of history, Some Awesome lunch and a chance meeting with a living Legend.
I started the day off very lazy, with a sleep in (after a call home at 4:30 am, I am still getting use to the time difference) Got my washing done while having Breakfast and set out to enjoy the Harley Museum. If you love Bikes and your in the USA, This is a place you have ...
... that night at the gate and she was thrilled when several of us girls recognized her and remembered her name! :)
We got to our gate 2 hours before take off and found our flight was delayed 1 1/2 hours beyond that. We were not to disturbed as we knew that our flight in Turkey was unlikely to leave without 31 paying passengers, so we settled down filling up 4-5 rows of seats and took turns walking around the terminal or ...
... We walked along the lake for a while but it was windy and cold so we decided to head for the River Walk where we could at least escape the wind.
So we walked Mason Ave west until we reached the River Walk. We picked up a brochure on all the River Sculptures along the walk. We decided to head south first and walked all the way down to St. Paul Avenue. We didn't continue on down to the Historic 3rd Ward. We headed back ...
Got up around 8am, had breakfast, then got the van ready to leave just after 9am and headed towards Madison. We stopped on the way at a place call Mount Herob where they had some carved wooden trolls scattered around the town. We carried on and arrived into the city around 10.30am and as it was Sunday was able to park just below the Capitol Building that dominates the centre. It's a grand ...
... smells good, feels right, and is just about free.
When I first arrived at the Urban Ecology Center, there was a small wooden frame containing a heap of dried biomass. Today there stands a two-chambered, strawbale compost unit 25 feet across, 8 feet deep, and 4 feet tall. I tell you this to illustrate how just the tiniest bit of creativity, ingenuity, and motivation can create the beginnings of much larger dreams.
Up to this point, our raised gardens had ...