Holiday Inn Express Janesville - I-90 and US Highway 14
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We found lions!
We found cows!
We found zebras!
We found cantaloupes!! (she means camels)
The lions are my favorite!
I like the monkeys swinging by not when they stuck out their tongues.
The tiger tried to lick Oriah.
I touch a turtle it was very hard.
I drawed a ...
... that is very different. Also, Carrie and I ha forgotten how city driving is different, especially during rush hour and when you don't know where you are going! I remember when we first moved to Baltimore when I would map out how I would get places and had to prep and plan where I needed to go - this brought me back to having to do that! Thankfully Carrie is amazing and we all arrived safely - we even found free street parking! Bonus!
The Lincoln Park Zoo is awesome and the girls ...
... architect of the late 1800's and early 1900s. Rana was just as impressed as we had been in 2012. We had to follow this up with a visit to one of his designs, built in Madison after his death - the Minona Terraces Convention Centre sitting on the shores of Lake Minona but not dominating it. Wisconsin's magnificent Capitol, seat of Government and Supreme Court and second only to the National Capitol in Washington was our next port of ...
... artificial turf sporting fields for a range of sports to attract junior sporting teams for training or tournaments. The Dells, like the Gold Coast has plenty of accommodation to cater for tourist season, so this venture will assist utilise it at other times of year. No visit to the Dells is complete without a ride on the original army ducks. These amphibious vehicles have routes through the woods and then into the Wisconsin River and up into a local ...
... one craft kit later we all met up and said goodbye to the Holdens and the dojang. With a quick check of the AFLC Pastor's directory we located the home of longtime friends and ministry partners, the Bensons. Unannounced, we dropped in and spent some time catching up with Pastor Jon Benson, his wife Jeanette, and their son "former youth ministry intern" Andy. After a season of rousing conversation and Lincoln Log building it was time to hit the road again; but we didn't make it far due ...