Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Kenosha
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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.
... we had were still around and did find some we recognized. Unfortunately, none were around due to summer break. (Piks - Tim E is still there, Dan Magurshak & Robert Schlack are still there).
We walked around the campus, including the beach area. The campus has been well taken care of and looked great with well manicured ...
... Ted (organized on the warm showers website for traveling bikers) and his brother Ned's house around dinner time. Ted and I were talking and after hearing several travel stories, I asked him how many countries he's been to. He said he lost track long ago and that it would be easier to ask him where he hasn't been. The places he hasn't been that he shared with me: Australia (although he has been to New ...
... The town has always been welcoming to us and this is a place I could come back to time and time again. Karen and Art, ya need to come and see the museum. I can just see Art now, looking under all of the bikes, it would take you guys forever to get out of there. Even so Karen, they have the cutest little deli to sit and wait for him. Ask me how I know.
Hoping for the blue skies that Lisa has promised us. ...
... agree that having a prairie is better than no prairie at all, and definitely better than monocrop grass cultures. The basic idea is we restore lands with native prairie plants. It's a very beautiful thing in the fall to watch the black and brown-eyed susans, the New England asters, the whitehead asters, all flowering. Honeybees active gathering pollen and nectar for the winter. Here, we're trying to finish off all plantings before the first frost (for Wisconsin ...