Holiday Inn Express Watertown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... Park where the parade ended and the activities for the rest of the day were to be held. We took our chairs and found a spot next to a family with a son (3) and twin daughters (2 years old). They were lovely. Linton said he thought the whole town was there and it looked like it. It was fun with lots of candies (lollies) being thrown to the kids but none for the oldies. Oh well! There were lots of floats, marching girls, a band, veterans and ...
... when we hit the sunny shores of that mountain state of Florida. WHAT ??? There is no mountains in Florida you say ???? Sure there is, they be called speed bumps down thar... :) Anywho...we did visit quite afew places that sell motorhomes along the way. I think Charlie was nervous...Gail looked at little bitty ones, I looked at bigguns. We couldn't part with Charlie tho...
Anyhow, nothing came to pass, and ...
... forward to helping, to expanding my view of the world, to serve, and to see myself grow. I'm a huge quote person, so I'm going to leave one more below to bookend this short thought blurb.
"Often the difference between a successful man and a failure is not one’s better abilities or ideas, but the courage that one has to bet on his idea, to take a calculated risk, and to act." – Maxwell Maltz
... were on their way back home to Nebraska....
Wisconsin has lots of little, I mean maybe 200 population towns, that are cute as a button and seem stuck in a time warp. The homes and business are well maintained and the early 20th century architecture has for the most part been preserved. We stopped at one camper sales place and they offered free food. Guess wot,,,Yeppers, Brats...No ...
... a tunnel."
"So what did you do?"
"I jumped up on the big black belt and ran after the suitcase. Inside the tunnel it was pitch black and it suddenly sloped down. I fell down, it was like going on a slippery slide at the park."
"When I go to the bottom I looked up and all I could see was hundreds and thousands of suitcases. I thought I had lost the Daddy's suitcase but then I spotted it moving along a belt to my left. I ran after it as fast as ...