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... that is home to the Green Bay Packers - seats over 72,000 people - and luckily for us missed the masses who were heading there for the first home game of the season - they were all driving into the city and we were on the way out! We by passed a couple of lakeside (Lake Michigan) places and finished up stopping in Sheboygan which is about 5 kms from the lake! Tomorrow we will take a drive down there for a look, before driving into Milwaukee to see the Harley Davidson ...
... wasn't a heart attack or broken bone. The blood tests and x-rays proved those.
We had supper at the restaurant in Jerry's and Kaye's hotel, "The Lighthouse Inn." The six of us (Grandma, Grandpa, Aunt Patty, Uncle Fran, Aunt Kaye, and I) all enjoyed our dinners together, conversing and having a good time. Uncle Jerry stayed in bed because he was really hurting. I tried parsley-crusted trout with ...
... been through everything now. I went out to the first sandbar, and I heard my ankles crack all the way out. It was knee deep out probably 40 or 50 yards out into the lake, then it started to get pretty deep.
When we returned to the camper we gave aunt patty the tour. Grandma, Patty, and Kaye sat reviewing their family history with the binder of information Leonard lent them. He ...
... seat is getting uncomfortable. I rode from camp to town in the morning (5 miles).
I rode through town and all around (YAY rhymes) (approx. 7 miles total).
I rode from the reunion to Point Beach in the afternoon. (approx. 12 miles total).
I rode almost all the way back to town and grandpa picked me up. So probably about 16 miles total of bike riding.
Tonight for dinner I made my "famous" and very ...
... better than Perch, which was the fish I tried last year.
After dinner, my grandparents dropped me off with my bicycle to take the path back. So, the path travels from Point Beach to our campground to town. Boy, my legs are tired! The day is now ending as I'm sitting in the camper typing this. Some other highlights of today were going to the community center, visiting grandma's parents and grandparent's graves, and seeing the lake. ...