Boarders Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... flying right by our car - he was flying low and pretty near to us so I got a really good look. Unfortunately my camera was not quick enough. We also crossed over the Wisconsin River twice on the way home.
Wisconsin is so beautiful in the summer. It's beautiful in the winter too, but too bad it's so cold and full of snow that must be shoveled. Okay, I did not ...
... to Sterling through the Big Brother program over 20 years ago, and they had stayed in touch through all the years. Bill has no kids of his own, but Sterling is now an Air Force flight engineer on C-5s and has two sons.
We talked about a wide range of topics, and throughout it all, Alex was running and laughing with his new-found friends.
We finally got to bed and sleep a little after 10, and I hope that the extra sleep aids Alex in the ...
Another really good day...
I had originally planned on waking up at 6, doing a quick breakfast, then trying to be in the air by 7. Instead, I let Alex sleep until 7:30, then he watched cartoons while I read a book - a much more relaxing solution than what I had planned. The sky was clear all the way to Oshkosh, so nothing to fret about there.
We actually took off right around 11, and the flight was only noteworthy in what we didn't see: ...
On the road again heading to see our close friends Robin and Steve in Sturgeon Bay Wi. Plan to stay and visit for 5 days. We all loved Oshkosh. Amazing Farmer's market. Main Street is closed off and the market is over 2 blocks long on both sides of the street. Beautiful country side. Life is ...
... car's 5,000 check. All was good and when I got back, we loaded up in Tony's restored 1948 Plymouth (two-door business coupe for those of you in the know) and went to the Tuesday night "Car Cruising" event in the next town over.
Over 100 cars of all vintages (from the '20s to just a few years ago) and their owners were there, checking out paint jobs, headliners, restored engines, and other esoterica. We had dinner at the adjoining A&W and visited with a number of ...