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Arriving late evening in Milwaukee we met Erin at her apartment. Erin took Kelli and I on a drive around the city and then we stopped to have dinner at a Mexican restaurant.
South of the Menomee River at Walker's Point sits Conejito’s Place, one of my finest Mexican dining experiences. The inside of the restaurant had ...
... and keen to hit up the Wisconsin State Fair like we were. Milwaukee has a lot of things to offer downtown and is well known for being the home of many breweries and the TV show Happy Days. With only a full day left to explore the place, we decided on hitting the state fair instead to see how it measures up to the Royal Adelaide Show.
We picked up Thomas at his apartment building near the lakeshore of Lake Michigan and drove back along the Interstate 94 west to ...
... all the crates where they hide the Ark (or James Woods in Family Guy). However absolutely everything in the plant is turned over in 24 hours (ie. it's a bad hiding place...).
The tour finishes with 3 free samples, one of which has to be Miller Lite. This beer is Lite on flavour, but is not offensive in any way (unlike SoGo!), so that explains why it's so popular - you could drink it all night without getting tired of it. Next was Miller High ...
... idea if this blog will actually work in China, it may just fail
-Even if it does work, I don't really understand technology and therefore will probably fail at this anyways :)
-I am terrible at spelling, so bear with me here
-I tend to elongate words that I want to emphasize
-I am not particularly good at grammar
... in the moment, but benefits me at the moment, and benefits both of us PLUS it potentially benefits everyone either of us come into contact with henceforth simply because the goodness of a good deed is carried and transferred like kinetic energy through our physical bodies in etherial form.
Whew, that's a mouthful. But reread the last sentence or something because it's not hard to comprehend. It's just a simple notion mapped out intricately. Actually, there ...