Baymont Inn & Suites Whitewater
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one craft kit later we all met up and said goodbye to the Holdens and the dojang. With a quick check of the AFLC Pastor's directory we located the home of longtime friends and ministry partners, the Bensons. Unannounced, we dropped in and spent some time catching up with Pastor Jon Benson, his wife Jeanette, and their son "former youth ministry intern" Andy. After a season of rousing conversation and Lincoln Log building it was time to hit the road again; but we didn't make it far due ...
... to it just before the man put it on a trolley. I grabbed onto the handle so that when he lifted it I went too. Once we were on the trolley the man continued to put other suitcases on it. So while he was doing that I unzipped the suitcase a little and squeezed inside."
"Wow," said BJ, "you were so brave. I don't think I would have been able to do what you did."
"Yes you would," said AJ. "I just wanted to see you, Aury and Emeline again. If it was you who got lost you would ...
... hoped we would be driving north to our lodging in Wisconsin. But had called to let her know. There was a delicious lemon tart on the table waiting for us. The house was wonderful. Our room was upstairs and was comfortable enough. We shared a bathroom with another room, but never saw the other party staying there.
... but weren't able to come back for a reception until now. Her theme was rainbows and it was a wonderful party.
AND for the first time in history, all The Girlfriends AND their husbands were together in the same room.
Flew into Milwaukee and caught the train to Chicago while Tracy takes the rental car to Elkhorn. Thursday - Brookfield Zoo was great as always. Dolphin show got us soaked. Weather was perfect. Friday- rented a Divvy bike downtown. $7 for the day, but you have to return it to a bike rack somewhere in town within 30 minutes. I road from the train station to buckingham fountain, along the lakefront to The Field Museum and put it in a rack there while I visited the museum. Then ...