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As I sit down to catch up on my blogging, it settles in that I have been in WI and away from Boston for almost a month, unemployed for almost 4 months and one step closer to making the move abroad.
Food, family and fireworks came and went on the Fourth of July. As much as I wanted to go to Riverfest and relive old times, I wouldn't take back the time I had with my family and created new memories. As most things, I know I would have ...
well, here we are in cheese country. Today we were able to have our first squeaky curds. Yes curds and because they're so fresh they indeed do squeak. We did hit a lot of wind and some rain-----but it is some cold. when we left the hotel this morning it was 58 ...
Got up this morning and decided to do more exploring of Wisconsin --- farms, farms, more farms. We hit the road around 11 a.m. and headed further south/west to the towns of La Crosse and Onalaska. La Crosse and Onalaska sit on the banks of the Mississippi River so we were able to do some walking along the river and do some picture taking. Very very pretty. There are lots of house boats along the River which was something to see. They were all lined up ...
... Trees - this A frame has a straw bale roof as well and is beautiful. We also got to check out the attached greenhouse, two story office building, workshop and extensive gardens.
Amelia was very engaging and convinced Glenn 'if Roald can build these buildings, so can you!' Now full disclosure here - Roald is also Amelia's husband!
Whole Tree Architecture is truly an innovative, green company. Check out their site here: www.wholetrees.com
... time, giving us a three hour tour and answering our incessant questions. They even allowed Ian and Jonan to climb onto the roof - a very cool roof made out of sod and grass!
Doug and Denise put a lot of thought and commitment into green engineering and design when building their home. Doug is a chemist/professor and Denise is a science writer. Check out Denise's blog here: http://digginginthedriftless.com/