The Delafield Hotel
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... beers to be had and a fun tour guide to share them with. Dinner was at BelAir Cantina. If you're here for any reason, you should go to there. Was the first 1 hour 45 min wait that was worth every minute. It helped that you could wait at neighboring bars and they would text you... oh and that the tacos and tamales were the best I've had. Back the the neighboring bars real quick. One of them all day Thursday ...
... moved in the same day we arrived. Despite running on 5 hours of sleep, too much artificial energy, and having just spent 72 hours packing and moving, we helped unpack and move a bit more before relaxing. In all fairness Kait drove 13+ hours.
Milwaukee is great so far. We ate some delicious Korean food at Stone Bowl and wandered around the neighborhood near DJ's apartment. Came home blew up the air mattress and wound the night down with some wine and a re-run of Broad ...
... when things dont go as planned.
The next day, off Gail went to help out at her church, and while on break she give the motorhome guy a call and b-golly, she bought the durn thang. Happy days are here again (imagine sparklers and fireworks and Sousa music being played). I was happy for Gail and kinda lookign forward to some easy parking meself.
The new to us motorhome is a Class C 1999 Jayco 23 ...
... in the afternoon we'll "teach" vacation bible school to about 100 local kids. A local 2nd grade teacher will be the one leading the lessons that we have planned. We decided to go through the story of Easter with the kids since we'll be there during lent and about a month before Easter. Then Friday we'll spend the day in Antigua before flying back home Saturday.
... for lunch. Inside it was mostly a restaurant but very well decorated with memorabilia for a brewery: 50,000 cans, 6,000 arranged in wood frame displays, 11,100 beer tap knobs and handles, 2,300 coasters, 825 bottle and can openers, 10 original Wisconsin Brewery lithographs, 200 server trays, 25 exterior corner signs, and lots of other stuff. There were copper tanks in the entrance way. Larry got their Weiss beer, Derek got ...