Hampton Inn Brookfield
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... he?" asked BJ
"Let's listen to the humans," said AJ.
AJ and BJ listened carefully to what the humans were saying. The Daddy and his friends were talking to the owner of the farm. It soon became clear that they would be at the farm for some time so AJ and BJ knew it was safe to go and say hello to the baby cows.
They went over to the nearest baby cow house and were soon face to face with a baby cow.
"Hello," said AJ, a bit nervously. "I'm AJ and this is BJ ...
... the mussels. Thought of you though as I ordered them!
After dinner, we continued our walk on the River Walk, saw cruise boats and the Fonz!
And, of course, this is the place where Pabst started and the home of Miller Brewing! Lots of Miller and Pabst signs. And, we drove past the original home of Frederick Pabst. Wonderful old, well-maintained homes here in Milwaukee.
So, back in the hotel writing this blog and tomorrow we head to Minneapolis. See you ...
Drove 401 miles in 6.5 hours on day 1. Explored the city on day 2.
After the long drive we were pretty exhausted. Luckily we managed to find a great Somali restaurant a block from the hotel for our dinner. Great spicy food for real cheap...still paid for from our casino haul the previous night, even sweeter.
Woke up to another ****** day weather wise but we went into town anyway. The ...
... so quickly, but you didn't give me a choice. And for that I am so grateful.
You didn't let me be anyone other than exactly who I am. And you all accepted me for that.
I love you all more than my being can even begin to describe.
I want to thank you all for each and every moment I had the opportunity to spend with you. Thank you for all being the amazing people you are. You have showed me what is important in life. You've showed me the ...
... our exact motorhome which was very interesting to read. The biggest take away lesson from the article is to NEVER buy a new RV. Nothing depreciates like a motorhome. The listed MSRP on our rig in 1998 was $160,000!! 10 years later, I bought it still in great condition for $25,000.