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... on. The latter is no surprise, given the history of beer-making here. The beer consumption we witnessed was truly impressive. I am proud to report that we (mostly) were the essence of temperance.
As you can tell, we really liked Wisconsin. There were places we wanted to get to, but just didn’t have the time, because we were anxious to go to Illinois, and our next major destination, its capital, Springfield.
Good Ol Charlie has a baby seester.
During our travels hither and yon (no Nelson, I don't think there is places like that---Sheese) we have discovered that ol Charlie sometimes has a hard time getting into some parks. He also has trouble getting into parking lots, gas stations, some side roads and all thangs such.
Gail has been eyeing different motorhomes as we went along the way. All this ...
I woke up early, I'm talking 4:30 AM early. I rolled over and tried to go back to sleep, but to no avail. So I got up at 5:30. The sun was shining but the rig was rocking (Naaa it wasn't from THAT teddy, Jeez) and it was a tad nippy. Oh well I checked up on all my face-book stuff and my e-mails, and decided to get going early.
I was headed back to Pewaukee Wisc on this fine day. All y'all remember that town don't cha. Yeppers tis the same one ...
Well, in two days we fly off to Rome. Cindy is feeling better. But a few things happened that are joyful, but frustrating.
First, while in the ER at the hospital, my cell rang, and a voice asked, did I buy a $400 watch in Orlando? Yup, someone got my credit card number. Then, yesterday, Cindy left early in the morning and was back three minutes later saying ...
... consumed so many acidic food stuffs that the ulcers in her esophogus have caused her all these symptoms and pain. Even today, using scripts for ant-acid, she is very much disabled, exhausted and tired, even though the chest pain is considerably less.
So, even though she is still feeling bad, we are trying to pack up and making headway. Cindy is a real trooper.