The Country Springs Hotel
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Grocery shopping was before lunch, because that only makes sense. Ashley, Dj and I went to the Millercoors brewery tour. It was like an episode of 'how it's made' in there. Their business model makes no sense. Free tour AND 3 free beers? Maybe they don't understand how making money works, but we took full advantage of that! Lakefront brewery was next on the list of places to tour. This place was more our style. ...
When you type 'Milwaukee' into the GPS from Massillon Ohio, you get an estimated 7.5 hours of drive time. Apparently Google has yet to program time warps into the maps app. Not that time matters when you have no job, but let me break something down.
We left at 10am EST, lost an hour due to time zone change, and arrived at 7:45pm Wisconsin time. 10a-7:45p would be 9.75 hours then add in the lost hour and were at 10.75 hours total!?!
We made it.
... behold and low...He said someone else is interested....Yea right...We didnt just fall off the turnip truck, well Gail didn't anyhow. I fell of a bunch of trucks in my day, but can't remember if one was a turnip truck. Ok, back on track---It seems the mailman wanted the thing for cripes sake. So we bid adieu to the man and his motorhome and went home to sulk and talk about how unfair life was and all the other things ...
... famous football team the Green Bay Packers.
The next morning we woke up early and headed to Tom's home town Shullsburg for the funeral service of Brett's Aunt Betty. The service was a small reunion of Brett's distant family, such as, his second cousins, and uncle Timmy. After the service concluded and everyone had finished eating at the post service function; Aunt ...
... Flip it upsidedown. Directly in the center, place the mouth of your yogurt container and trace it. Now, some to the side of that tracing, place one end of your pvc pipe. It should fit in-between the circumference of the yogurt container and the edge of the bucket. Trace the 1" pvc.
2. Using your drill, carefully poke a series of hole ON THE SIDE of the empty yogurt container. For a 32oz. you should make about 16 or so punctures, more or less. Don't drill the bottom because soil ...