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... mustard, cheese and Elk jerkey. The public market was like a condensed phanueil hall. Afterwards we went to find the Ubertap cheese bar. If you like cheese definitely check this place out! There is a bar on one side and a cheese market on the other. With samples of all types of cheeses all over the store! Cheese ...
On Friday, October 10th we flew out to Milwaukee, WI to join in celebrating Adam and Christine getting married!
We arrived at the hotel and got ready for the rehearsal and dinner as Michael was a groomsmen and needed to get the Catholic wedding traditions down! Leah and Tina Whitnell caught up as they worked on when to kneel and when to stand.
After that we went to a local Italian place where we ate ...
... probably about 2-3 miles. Nice walk, and nice area. Lots of potential and as Dick read in TripAdvisor, not as much action on River Walk. There are a few restaurants and bars, but mostly the backside of buildings. We stopped a few people to get directions and advice. One gentleman told us about the Third Ward where there were some restaurants and bars! The Third Ward is about a block off the River Walk.
Saw the Pedal Tavern, just like Cincinnati's Pedal Wagon. And, guess ...
The Pabst Theater was a wonderful place to see Leon Russell. We started in the lobby with a glass of wine and show merch shopping. A cheerful guy worked behind the merch table. Tom asked why they had no vinyl (only $20 CDs). He told us the record company was not cooperative on vinyl. Tom bought three t-shirts and a couple of keychains, of which he gifted me one of each. Leon's piano sat empty on the stage. White with colorful pinstripping, the piano also served as ...
... then the owners use an "invisible" fence ie similar to a hot wire or barking collar. After an interesting and tasty traditional Indian breakfast of creamed wheat complete with veges and hot pickle, tea made with fresh ground cardamom and ginger we head out the door at 10.30. What a luxurious start to the day. Then it's back to the dreaded cornfields again for miles and miles; broken ...