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... a nice walk among the wild flowers and along the little stream.
The next morning came way to fast and off we went to "git-er-fixed". Nooo Nellie, not Lulu, the air-conditioner....After a wonderful journey of 2 blocks we pulled into the repair place, arriving at 8:30 AM, went on in, told the guy who we were, what we wanted and turned over the keys. I verified that all the work would take about 3 hours...Yeppers he said. So we ...
... that matter, ya can gouge or gorge, or just yoke on out (that's southern for stuff yo face, Franny).
In reality we traveled from the Milwaukee area, up to near Oshkosh, south to Rockford IL and west to near Madison. Gail was showing me her roots, and some of the history of her extended family. Oh yea, we also had supper with those friends we met out in Pasadena, Howard and ...
... the various stands before heading home. Sunday I spent the whole day sleeping. As I had barely slept in the 36 hours leading up to. Y arrival, I obviously must have needed it. Upon waking up, we headed down to the university ice cream shop. The icecream at this place is so fresh, the ingredients were basically inside the cow the day before. We got our scoops and sat on the terrace overlooking the lake. It was a beautiful day for it. We then went for ...
... was really interesting to see all the big tanks and pipes everywhere. The room where the beer was bottled was fascinating. We watched the bottle being filled, capped, labeled and packed. When we finished Larry and Derek got a refill of their glasses with Fat Squirrel nut brown ale. While they drank their beers we also had some crackers and cheese curds at a picnic table overlooking New Glarus. When we finished we stopped at the gift shop and Derek got a ...
... a small town nearby and also got to see the church that Nick's parents were married in (his great great great grandfather was one of the founders!). The rest was some good quality time hanging out with the fam.
We are now in St. Louis, MO and I'll be updating that post soon!
Thank you to the Herros and Grandma Beth for giving us a place to sleep!