Inn at Pine Terrace
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... to Wisconsin was its famous State Fair, held near Milwaukee, an hour away. We spent an exciting day there, a day of non-stop music, noshing, exhibits, farm animal competitions, pig races, carneys, give-aways, beer gardens, and exhaustion! There was just so much to see and do on the expansive fairgrounds, and we were forced to make decisions among the many options available. That was hard. But the easiest decision involved cream puffs. The ...
... br> The first night we had a big barbecue and drinks to celebrate Aunt Terry’s birthday with several of her friends and family. Later in the week we continued on with the celebrations as it was Fiona’s birthday, so the girls all headed out for birthday margaritas and outlet shopping.
The remainder of the week consisted mostly of the boys playing golf, everyone playing ...
... by travel to Guangzhou, she became more comfortable with us. May 19th marks the true date that she met the rest of her family – Johnny, Willy, and Alice. After weeks of baseball, swimming, diving and tennis, she became quite familiar with our town (and her car seat!). We were so fortunate to spend six weeks in Wisconsin – true ...
... decent number of city blocks in the imaginitively named Miller Valley (I say imaginitive because you have to imagine the hills that would actually make it a valley). It was fantastic just walking through the place to where the tour kicks off.
Signed up for the tour, there were a whole bunch of kids on it too...Not sure what they planned to get out of it (although I was disturbed by the number of them worshipping "Keith Stone" - the Keystone light sales ...
... 1-2 hours to the "dock" where we hop into a mokoro (dug-out canoe) that'll take us into the Delta. For 2 days, we will do game walks, mokoro trips, birdlife and game viewing in the pristine wilderness area of the Okavango Delta (or Okavango Swamp), the world's largest inland delta.
September 16th - Okavango Delta, Botswana
More of the Delta!
September 17th - Maun, Botswana
Out of the Delta and back to Maun.
September 18th - Greater ...