Boarders Inn and Suites Waupun, WI
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- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... 8211;they kindly signed one of our hats!
We also managed to enjoy the relative coolness of the four large exhibitor hangars and made contact with vendors we had met and dealt with in the past. We toured the vast site including reaching the extreme southern end in search of some intrepid travellers from the Isle of Man –but unfortunately they weren't at their aircraft. An enjoyable side trip was taken to the Floatplane Base on Lake Winnebago. ...
... in the US and they were well represented at the airshow with many of the stunning aerial displays flown by women. Sue also listened to inspirational talks by Jessica Cox who flies with no arms, the first American woman to walk in space and a few others. She also climbed inside a WWII Arvo Lancaster bomber.
The whole airshow was brilliant and we bought a chair!! Ha ha,not just any chair but the ...
Sunday 19 July 2015
The big day! We needed to clear customs/immigration into the USA. Our first flight took all of six minutes from one side of the river to the other. Sanderson is a small port of entry but busy at this time of year with mainly Canadians heading to the show. Formalities completed and we were on our way again in an hour. A short two hour flight, but bumpy which reminded us that we were going into ...
... on my camera as it came in 3rd. These were heats and the winners went into a final. I was happy then found out that I had bought the duck. It was mine. I now have a duck called Waldo Junior proudly sitting on the bed above the driver's cabin, keeping an eye on us as we eat and sleep. It was $10 for the duck and race and $8 if you had your own duck from previous years.
We then watched some of the baseball game and then went back to camp ...
... into a space worthy of Architectual Digest (I’m so lucky I get to be her roomie here at school!), and me, Sarah, whose skills include many things such as the ability to carry on entire conversations by myself and being daring enough to start a blog!
Be sure to check in with us in June as we begin our adventures in Edinburgh, Aberdour, Glasgow and the Scottish ...