Holiday Inn Express Madison
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... goodbye to lots of folks. And MoNita had a wonderful party for us too. After saying goodbye to so many people for so long, it’s nice to know this is finally happening.
Our last few days in town were spent frantically packing, unpacking, packing again, cleaning out the fridge, throwing stuff away, getting the boat out of the water, drying it out, winterizing it, paying bills, selling the car, turning ...
... one of 4 that John Deere have in Waterloo, and is about 20 hectares under one roof - the second largest covered area in the US! Only the Boeing factory has a bigger covered space. They employ 7,000 staff and turn out thousands of tractors a year - they wouldn't tell us the exact number. The tour was very well conducted - and so it should be when 38,000 people do it each year - it was very professional and we saw ...
Kate and I are packing up tonight, double checking the list and making sure we will have everything we need. We will make our best attempt to keep this updated so you guys can share in our experiences.
We leave Madison tomorrow a little after four. We have a quick stop in Atlanta and then we catch a flight to LA. we have a hotel near the airport but we are currently kicking around ...
... At the end of the conversation, he invited us to tour his in town indoor theater if we were still around tomorrow. Later on, he text me and asked if were interested in touring a local dairy farm as well. The theater sounded great to us but we have seen dairy farms and was not sure we wanted to lose the time. Boy were we wrong, both the theater and the dairy farm were absolutely fascinating!
I might include those stories later.
... of teeth that have root canals. "Specialize" in treating headaches, backaches, myofascial discomfort, or TMJ problems. Allege that fluoridation is dangerous. Recognize themselves as engaging in "holistic" or "biological" dentistry. Diagnose neuralgia-inducing cavitational osteonecrosis (NICO). Go beyond dental care by diagnosing "massive steel toxicity" or diseases besides those of the mouth, gums, teeth, and linked tissues. official ...