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Grocery shopping was before lunch, because that only makes sense. Ashley, Dj and I went to the Millercoors brewery tour. It was like an episode of 'how it's made' in there. Their business model makes no sense. Free tour AND 3 free beers? Maybe they don't understand how making money works, but we took full advantage of that! Lakefront brewery was next on the list of places to tour. This place was more our style. ...
... moved in the same day we arrived. Despite running on 5 hours of sleep, too much artificial energy, and having just spent 72 hours packing and moving, we helped unpack and move a bit more before relaxing. In all fairness Kait drove 13+ hours.
Milwaukee is great so far. We ate some delicious Korean food at Stone Bowl and wandered around the neighborhood near DJ's apartment. Came home blew up the air mattress and wound the night down with some wine and a re-run of Broad ...
... a home run hit was not getting to see the newest attraction at the stadium. A statue of legendary announcer Bob Uecker has been put in the "Uecker Seats" (look it up online) where fans can sit next to him and take a picture. We planned to do it after the game but were turned away by an usher who told us that is only allowed before the game. Guess I will have to go back sometime! Speaking of Bob Uecker, they pipe his broadcast into ...
... mazes, which first appeared in 1996, George Robertson said.“This idea for a corn maze seemed like it would fit,” George Ric******* said.
The farm’s first corn maze was taken from a coloring sheet of a grandpa driving a wagon filled with Christmas trees and animals, he said. The Ric*******s heard about Idaho artist Shawn Stolworthy’s work on mazes and contacted him to create the corn ...
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 ...