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... What are the odds of that?! So we chatted for quite sometime. Then Amy came and found me at my gate. She's getting ready to head to France on Wednesday. That poor girl doesn't know where she is going to live or anything like that. Like holy **** that's scary! THAT TAKES GUTS!
The flight from Chicago was delayed a little bit because of mechanical issues, but only like 15 minutes or so. It didn't even delay our arrival time at all!
... and I would agree. To start with it didn't smell to bad but once that was up your nose it wasn't going anywhere. Not so lucky today in catching a cat fish but we caught quite a few others. So many laughs on who was the best fisher & who caught the most. Me and jenny had a little break from fishing & got into some kayaks. I can officially say I have sailed along the Mississippi River. The currents in the river were giving us a bit of a ...
Today my day started a little more like home. The day before we had found a cute little shop that sold a few things English so I started with a decaf cup of PG tips tea! Tasted so good compared to the English breakfast tea that Starbucks try and make. Then it was time to get ready and head out for a little trip with jenny round dodgeville to some famous sites. We headed over to a famous plane that landed in dodgeville town and never ended up moving. It's ...
Took the road less travelled for our first day. Headed west on the I-290 W or Dwight Eisenhower Expressway for a bit before it was the US20 W. When we could we were off onto the IL 72W which was a much smaller road with much less traffic that went through suburbs and small towns.
Bought supplies for lunch in Addison - spent a whole $2.60 to get bread rolls, ham and a tomato. Back to our lunch of travels past - ...
... Wright told him to move the desk.
Also near Spring Green is Tower Hill Park. In the 1800s, Wisconsin was a major supplier of lead - there were lead mines all over southwest Wisconsin. The miners would dig a tunnel into the side of the hill looking for lead and then actually live in their tunnels until they could build a proper house, so they were called badgers. That's why ...