The Delafield Hotel
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Wow, What a rest day, a great recharge of the batteries, and pleasent stroll in a building full of MY kind of history, Some Awesome lunch and a chance meeting with a living Legend.
I started the day off very lazy, with a sleep in (after a call home at 4:30 am, I am still getting use to the time difference) Got my washing done while having Breakfast and set out to enjoy the Harley Museum. If you love Bikes and your in the USA, This is a place you have ...
... the Chicago airport around 2:00. I was glad we had said our goodbyes to Mom and Dad and Aunt Monica the day before back in South Bend. It was emotional just watching all the goodbyes as over 50 people lined the sidewalk to see us off!
The Meyers were particularly hard to say goodbye to as they are like second parents. But Mom told Mrs. Meyer she would prayer for Clara and Rachel if Mrs. Meyer would pray for us. ;) Of course they were ...
... 8.0 however the bartenders and food were an outstanding 10.0. My bartender Brian Dunkin was friendly and took great care in pouring the Guinness- one of the few pubs that I’ve been to in the states that have installed a special rinse station for every glass before they pour your beer.
On the 17th – I’ll be back on the bike and will head for New Orleans once again. I have an Industry business meeting there so I’ll be ...
... Marianna and Maeve (and Livie), was a real treat. With them, we did a kind of highlight bon voyage tour, seeing great sights, eating delicious food, and enjoying wonderful conversation. A perfect way to cap off our experience.
It had been over four years since we had all been together in Bozeman. Yanna and Aiden moved to Decatur, GA in 2009. Dave and I sold Refuge in 2010 and he and Heidi moved to Spokane, WA. To reconvene in, ...
... some windows and proceeded to tell us the history of Lakeshore Brewing and the History of Beer while toasting us in about every language. He was drinking as he gave the tour. He was funny and informative and got everyone participating. He gave out more tokens for free beer to people who answered questions or helped him demonstrate things. There were a lot of sexual overtones to his presentation and a lot of misdirection that ended ...