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... shores of Lake Michigan ever since I met Gail, so today was the day. We by-passed the metropolis called Milwaukee and headed over to a town called Port Washington. The first place we stopped was a fish shop called EWIG'S that Gail and her hubby Rog used to stop at. They used to get smoked chubs at this place and then go picnic at a park over looking the lake. No more chubs are to be had. It seems the mussels are/have eaten all the plankton from ...
... a spot that was better and had a wonderful view of the lake and a very nice patio. I was set for the long haul.
I soon settled in to a routine that my brother has. Lots of dinners and breakfast;s out. We spread ourselves around between the Corner Bar, Tuckers Bar, The Bar in Waterville, and a couple cafes thrown in. Funniest thing is, none of us even had a beer in these places, just food...Such is the life of a nomad.
Me brudder ...
... ve appreciated. This photo was taken before we were even out of the state.
It wasn’t long after that it was taken that even more was added. I’m not sure how we didn’t blow a fuse, which I'm pretty sure we didn't have with us. We had just about anything else we could need, knowing Corey and the level of preparedness she has - but I'm pretty sure there would have had to be a stop at an automotive shop of some sort if we'd lost that fuse. Along with some cussing.
... from home and a hard-boiled egg that had frozen in the fridge last night! We then packed up and were ready to ride on the last leg for this year. The church bells were chiming 9 AM as Dave, Becca, and I rode out of the parking lot. We headed south on Route 13 from New Prague, with only a light breeze from the north. The road dipped up and down, with a rumble strip along the edge line and 8-12" of pavement outside the rumble strip. Traffic wasn't bad, though, and ...
... br> It took a whole hour for the parade to pass, and every float, car etc had sweets that they threw to the children. Some had bags that they gathered them in! We didn't go to the competition in the afternoon.
After lunch, and Carroll got back from his work, we set off to visit Sleepy Eye, which is the town where Michael grew up. We went by Clear Lake, and they told us that it freezes over in the winter and a whole 'city' grows up on the ice, where people put cabins ...