Executive Lodge Fond du Lac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for many of Chicago's famous buildings. He was a mentor to Frank Lloyd Wright. He also designed ten banks known as Jewel Boxs in the upper midwest. All are still standing. My friend Mary told me about them - she has seen several - and I remembered there was one in Columbus so we stopped. What a beautiful building on the main drag in this little town in Wisconsin!! If you ...
... of The Greatest Generation that way.
Next stop was the Ford pavilion, where there were exhibits of various cars. Three years ago, Sean, Alex's older brother, had been infatuated with the Ford Mustang done up in Blue Angels colors. This year, the color scheme was supposed to represent the newest military fighter, the Lockheed F-35, again painted in Navy colors. Alex took several shots, the best of which are featured here. He has quite a ...
... was the chalet for the US Government, where Alex and I flew the Wright Brothers Flyer simulator, learned about the National Historic site dedicated to the Wrights in Dayton, and visited with a member of the Customs and Border Patrol Pipe and Drum team (he was wearing a kilt).
One of the interesting planes we saw today was a B-17, designed and built by Boeing in WWII. Ironically, it was the only Boeing-built plane ...
On the road again heading to see our close friends Robin and Steve in Sturgeon Bay Wi. Plan to stay and visit for 5 days. We all loved Oshkosh. Amazing Farmer's market. Main Street is closed off and the market is over 2 blocks long on both sides of the street. Beautiful country side. Life is ...
We had a nice 3 days in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The town is named after Chief Oshkosh of the Menominee tribe. The town has a lot of old buildings and homes to look at. I was able to play pickleball and really enjoyed getting back on the court. There is Lake Winnebago and the Fox River with the town built around the shores. This is a nice town of little over 66,000 people and the summers are nice but ...