Country Inn & Suites Port Washington
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... an open container law since we saw cups of beer on the wagon!
Ate at Cafe Benelux, tried a local amber ale, Lakefront Fixed Gear and Dick tried New Belgium Fat Tire in honor of his recent golf trip where a lot of his buddies drank Fat Tire. Liked that better than mine! Shared delicious sliders. Dick has a chicken chopped salad. And, I had mussels in coconut milk, green curry, and garlic. Thought I'd try something different. Erin, Kim, and Alex - not sure you would ...
Had a change of plan this morning as we were going to head for Milwaukee, but Greg knew of a Steam and Vintage Tractor Fair in Edgar in Wisconsin, so we headed north for a couple of hours to have a look. The weather started off fine but got very overcast and misty by the time we got to Edgar, and when we turned off the highway into the field where the Fair was being held we could plainly see that they had received a pile of rain yesterday! The parking area in a paddock ...
... being the only large scale brewery left in the state.
The tour was free and informative. The brewery sits in the original location and dates back 150 years or so. The technology was amazing as were the 3 free beers at tours end.
Then a quick drive across town to a true Milwaukee bowling institution, called Landmark Lanes. This is a bowling alley first and foremost then a dive bar, pool hall, disco, live music ...
... We walked along the lake for a while but it was windy and cold so we decided to head for the River Walk where we could at least escape the wind.
So we walked Mason Ave west until we reached the River Walk. We picked up a brochure on all the River Sculptures along the walk. We decided to head south first and walked all the way down to St. Paul Avenue. We didn't continue on down to the Historic 3rd Ward. We headed back ...
... cheese curds in fact). Yes curds exist and they taste great with a good Shiraz, but that's another story. I am yet to find what "whey" is or what it tastes like.
Anyway, back to the Harley thing..... the H-D museum is quite simply one of the best museums I have ever had the good fortune to walk into. From the edgy outside, with H-D themed cafes and restaurants, to the industrial ...