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... with their meeting. Since Rich & Sue used to live in the area, they were the tour guides. Our first stop was a local McDonald's. I know that sounds lame, but this one looks like a log cabin, both inside and out, complete with trophy animals. Sue told me that the last time they were there, some of the animals had hamburgers, fries and drinks in their paws. That is no longer the case, but it is still a unique McDonald's. Next we drove around ...
... although I do it with my phone which is a little computer! So we SKYPEd with mom & dad.
Kyle and Liz left about 2ish but Alan & Kris stayed until about 4. It was a great visit, too bad it doesn't happen more often, but that would mean everyone moving to South Texas and that ain't gonna happen. So we'll just have to settle for family time when we can get it. Alan had good news we could celebrate, after 9 months of being ...
... to return the rope lights we bought yesterday. Then we came "home" and relaxed the rest of the day.
The rest of the Texas group showed up this afternoon and we sat out with them for a bit. Now we're watching reruns, still not able to pull in anything on the satellite so we're watching the few channels we can receive over the antenna.
Not sure what is going on tomorrow. Hope you all have a great day and try to stay cool. ...
... Premium Outlet Mall, which is almost half way to Milwaukee! But we had to make the trip or the Diamond Warranty would be void, so off we went. This outlet mall is nothing like San Marcos, but they did what needed to be done and signed off on it. While we were out there, we walked around, that took all of about 20 minutes (it is spread out).
We then headed back into Madison to drive to the Alliant Center so we would ...
... one that Bob really doesn't like, but guess he thought it would be bad enough. After crossing the river, we continued on our way and turned off onto 88 (Ronald Reagan Memorial Highway). Almost immediately we ran into construction. Actually for the next 10-12 miles. Most of the time we were the leader of the parade, so it wasn't too bad. Soon after the construction was ended, we entered the Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway ...