Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Kenosha
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... cheap, delicious Mexican food. Shantanu, unfortunately, Ruffulo's pizza place was not open till late so we were not able to try that out.
All in all, a wonderful visit back to Carthage to show the kids the campus we grew up on and where we met. Good times and memories!
Onward to see a high school friend in Ohio.,,,
OK, Jens has embarked on his northerly adventure yesterday. He was headed north in Wisconsin in a quest for a campground. Yes, he is camping in a tent!!! Hence I am in Kenosha and he is on the road. An RV is one thing but a tent is another. Not my way to travel. Anyway he bought a ...
... hot and we met the lovely Anna. Very good natured, very kind and she took us to the hotel. That night we had an amazing buffet, the barbeque was wonderful and the next day you had to be up early in the morning. So we went and we saw one of the most beautiful places on earth. We saw it from the Argentinean side and the next day we did it on the Brazilian side. Then we flew, and of course we had lost like 10 kilos or like 10 lbs. of sweating ...
... from the Midwest: "When you live in Milwaukee, you never die." Said by 7 year-old philosopher Josh. Maybe he's right? I never lived here before, and well, I never died before either, so both can be true. This week has been awesome. The Urban Ecology Center (where I work) is packed with kids and cool activities. We've done yoga, went fishing, picked pears, baked pies, rowed canoes, pulled weeds, planted natives, caught butterflies...beautiful work in a ...
I am sitting here, in cold and blustery Wisconsin weather, thinking about where I was this past June. Myself and 8 others were down on the island of Ometepe, in Nicaragua. We were there with a school group, planning to sight-see and hike every other day, and spend the other days volunteering in the clinics on the more remote, Maderas-side of the island. The trip was wonderful and rewarding, with hands-on involvement ...