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Oh my....I'm behind on blog entries again. I mean, it's not that I didn't notice; to be honest, I haven't been in the mood to write daily entries the last couple of weeks and so I haven't. Not the best work model and not something I'm particularly proud of, but there you have it.
Last night, we jumped 85 miles from Pecatonica, IL to park overnight in a long-closed Walmart's parking lot until we ...
... have an open container law since we saw cups of beer on the wagon! Ate at Cafe Benelux, tried a local amber ale, Lakefront Fixed Gear and Dick tried New Belgium Fat Tire in honor of his recent golf trip where a lot of his buddies drank Fat Tire. Liked that better than mine! Shared delicious sliders. Dick has a chicken chopped salad. And, I had mussels in coconut milk, green curry, and garlic. Thought I'd try something different. Erin, Kim, and Alex - not sure ...
... part of Milwaukee is the bronze statue of Arthur Fonzarelli aka "The Fonze". Of course Happy Days was based here so we had planned our day around the core tenets of old school Milwaukee being beer, bowling and bars.
We looked around the historic 3rd ward, which much likes it counterparts elsewhere was a jazzed up version of an old warehousing district, now sporting bars, restaurants and trendy shops. After grabbing a bite at ...
... a quick stop downtown before I headed out of town. Leah had gotten sick a few weeks before and reached the conclusion that the cause of the problem was most likely a parasite that had taken up residence in her gut. The only way to be sure was to take a stool sample to a local lab to have it analyzed. Friends told us to be sure to do this in Mexico, where they know their parasites, rather than back in the States. I figured I might as well ...
Well, we've been home for almost two weeks and thankfully the jet lag and colds are passing, but the memories of an incredible trip remain fresh. I've culled through hundreds, really thousands, of pictures and deleted many, but kept so many that bring back the vivid sights and sounds of India. It seems I never tired of oxcarts, cows meandering wherever they pleased, markets, and people ...