Fairfield Inn Racine
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... mustard, cheese and Elk jerkey. The public market was like a condensed phanueil hall. Afterwards we went to find the Ubertap cheese bar. If you like cheese definitely check this place out! There is a bar on one side and a cheese market on the other. With samples of all types of cheeses all over the store! Cheese ...
... college and airplanes from Adams career as a pilot.
After dinner we danced and drank the night away to live music then enjoyed arguably the most creative event of the night - Popcorn Bar! They had fresh popcorn wheeled out at about 10pm with assorted butters and salts to go with. It was a Midwestern heaven for Leah.
We flew home on Sunday morning checking another set of friends off the 'single' list.
... at 7:35am and I started at 7:38. I took my own advice of finding a fast swimmer and rising her feet. The idea is to draft and to let her do all the spotting and to blaze a trail through the swimmers. It worked till for awhile but I ended up passing her about half way her pace was too slow. Looking back I should have dropped her earlier. The water was a perfect 68 degrees so my sleeveless wetsuit was a great choice. I also could not believe how clear the water is. I ...
Been having such a fabulous time!!! Spent the first few days in Kelvin's home town Racine, meeting lots of Kelvin's family who have been so lovely to me! Great fun! Found a great vintage clothing shop, which is the cheapest!!! Damn the back pack, I wanted to buy everything!
On Good Friday we went up to Chicago city and went sight seeing. Saw Millenium Park, which was beautiful and saw the bean, which is ...
... re even noticed.
Admittedly, Kelsey and I don't give out money to every needy person we see on the streets. But to the best of our ability, we do try to at least make eye contact with them and smile and wave. That can be just as encouraging, if not more, than a hand-out. Being treated like a person is far more valuable than being treated like a disposal for spare change.
Think of it--what would be worse--being hungry? or being treated as if you don't exist?