Days Inn Portage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Monday 24th November
LET IT SNOW! It's snowing!!
All of Milton is covered in a white blanket of fluff. The farm is now surrounded. It is heavy, however you can still see clearly through it. It is like someone slashed a feather ...
... I am accustomed to the fact that airplane food...how do I put this politely...airplane food sucks!! However, this was surprisingly good. It was as though brought back from a restaurant. And Salted Caramel Mousse was rich and decadent. I was amazed at this and finished my portions within minutes.
Turbulence was noticeable however, did not cause any troubles. And despite the obvious struggles of her lag, the flight to Dallas, Texas was pleasant.
... and they were leaving as we arrived. This is a beautiful little canyon with lots to enjoy starting with a walk through that deciduous forest. I was disappointed I had forgotten so many of the trees, recognizing only a few. Then the layers of rock and the trickle of the stream, saw a turtle and a snake, heard the birds. We made it to the waterfall and sat and enjoyed the area ...
... Akasofu is content to let others bat it around. In
a career entering its sixth decade in which his own theories have been both
embraced and disproven, Akasofu wonders if we will ever fully understand the
aurora. One of his favorite quotes regarding the mystery of it all is from
Charles Hall, an arctic explorer of the 19th century, who, pondering lights in
the sky, wrote in 1864: “Who but God can conceive such infinite scenes ...
... and also a few people with signs rallying against some supposedly corrupt senator.
Leaving the capitol building, we headed south to Madison's other lake; Lake Monona. The lake is smaller than the northern lake, but there were still a few people out on the water. It was pretty warm walking around in the sun, so we headed back to the car to feed the meter and stop for a drink in the Rathskeller. We had an hour to kill before Amir got home so we tried sneaking ...