Extended Stay America - Madison - Old Sauk Rd.
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... of hours then went to the evenings entertainment. It was a band of three men who played thirty different instruments during their concert. It was pretty good.
The day started earlier than usual. A couple of the ladies and I did some shopping at the Farmer's Market in downtown around the square. I texted Liz and asked her about it and she said it would be very crowded, but since we were planning to be there at 7 am, ...
... this morning and left it off while we were gone. It was off for about 3 hours and the temp in the refrigerator rose to 46 degrees. When we checked the gas level, we have used about 1/4 of a tank. So it seems we are using about 1/2 gallon/hour which is what the generator info stated. Just to be on the safe side, we bought a five gallon gas can and 5 gallons of gas to add to the tank. Bob will probably do that again tomorrow and Saturday.
Today the ...
... to a creamery, we returned "home" and relaxed the remainder of the day. The official first day of the rally is tomorrow and I have been looking through the book to pick out some interesting ones. The vendors don't open until Thursday although there will be a preview of the motorhome displays tomorrow evening.
So tomorrow will be a full day if we go to all the seminars. Will let you know tomorrow night.
... with their meeting. Since Rich & Sue used to live in the area, they were the tour guides. Our first stop was a local McDonald's. I know that sounds lame, but this one looks like a log cabin, both inside and out, complete with trophy animals. Sue told me that the last time they were there, some of the animals had hamburgers, fries and drinks in their paws. That is no longer the case, but it is still a unique McDonald's. Next we drove around ...
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 ...