Baymont Inn and Suites, Waunakee
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Yesterday was a fairly busy day. Once again there were seminars and shopping going on. We have spent some money this week getting some things we "just couldn't live without!" And yesterday morning they all showed up about the same time. First we had some covers made for the tires. Yes we had some we had purchased from Camping World which fit over the tires, but it was very difficult to put them on, so we had some made that just ...
... this morning and left it off while we were gone. It was off for about 3 hours and the temp in the refrigerator rose to 46 degrees. When we checked the gas level, we have used about 1/4 of a tank. So it seems we are using about 1/2 gallon/hour which is what the generator info stated. Just to be on the safe side, we bought a five gallon gas can and 5 gallons of gas to add to the tank. Bob will probably do that again tomorrow and Saturday.
Today the ...
... to a creamery, we returned "home" and relaxed the remainder of the day. The official first day of the rally is tomorrow and I have been looking through the book to pick out some interesting ones. The vendors don't open until Thursday although there will be a preview of the motorhome displays tomorrow evening.
So tomorrow will be a full day if we go to all the seminars. Will let you know tomorrow night.
... lectures by the student helpers. As I have written about previously, we also took three trips as a large group, to Berlin, Wiemar and Nuremberg. The program had around 45 students. It was mainly composed of Americans, with around 10 Canadians and an Australian. The group ranged in age from 19 to 27. I would say the majority of the students were in their fourth year of college. By the end of the semester, the group had split up into four groups ...
The last morning we woke up and got on the road by 7:40. We stopped in Minnesota for gas, but we did not stop until we got to Waunakee. In all, that was about a 7-hour drive! We drove 1,626 miles on this trip and we consumed about 218 gallons of gas!
I never told all of you that my dad did not shave the entire week, and now he is growing a ...