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... off work, being away for their young kids or the $$$ to be able to do this multiple times? Not us for sure.
If your interested, our entire trip itinerary is in an entirely different entry in this travel blog if you want to take a look along with our gear list which we agonized over for weeks. The issue isn't the weight or number of suitcases to get over and back from Africa, the issue is within Tanzania. If you choose ...
... in central Wisconsin:
We left the prairie about 20 miles past La Crosse, and the scenery became more like South Carolina's rural countryside...with the exception of the dairy farms and potato fields! Not to mention the cool, fresh air that was quite welcoming for southern travelers in July. We arrived at the Hancock KOA campground, got set up, and kicked back and relaxed to a warm campfire and a ...
... time adding magical touches. I filled a gift bag for each kid with Disney hand sanitizer gel, Disney chapstick, autograph books, fat pens, Disney notebooks, Disney tattoos, Mickey shirts, Epcot passport books, a Disney photo frame and some other Disney trinkets I found. I also made up personalized journals for them to keep during our trip. Each page is dedicated to a park or event and has questions for them to answer. I then typed up a welcome letter from Mickey and ...
... racing at the county fair. Sulkies are little horse-drawn carts -- my grandfather had one and raced at this very fair, between the wars. The horses can either move front and rear legs in opposite directions (trotting) or they can move the legs on the same side (front and rear) in the same direction -- this is a special skill. Horses that can do that are pacers, and watching ...
... just before we arrived that took out a tree and the power and phone lines to the cottage; another just at the end where we just had strong winds and lightning a mile away, but Keshena (where we were headed next; Menominee Indian Nation) was without power for two days.
We visited an arts day in Waupaca, and the Waupaca County Fair (which is actually held down the road in Weyauwega).
Anna had a tooth infection so we ...