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Successful road trip to the libraries in Rhinelander, Minocqua, Eagle River and Three Lakes. Special thanks to friends Cece & Jim. I could not have accomplished this huge task without their support.
Special thanks also to Stacey, librarian for Three Lakes, who moved our venue over to Three Lakes Center for the Arts. What a beautiful theatre. I felt like I had hit the big time when I saw 'Grandma Goes to Antarctica' on the ...
... of River Forest ... really comfortable 'smallish' and real claim to fame a living elm tree which has caused the roof to be 'adjusted' several times as it continued to
grow - don't see any signs of water they've done a good job of adjusting the roof.....
I follow this with visits to 8 other houses one as large as 6,800 sq feet - and one church Unity
Temple with the guiding tenent of: for the whorship of God and the Service of Man... they say the acoustics ...
... intellectual property, so we had lots to talk about. He is an incredibly experienced traveler, and he told me all about seeking out engineering work in foreign countries! We had a nice long talk about the US energy sector, and how American politics are viewed in Europe (hint: they think we're idiots). It's been an incredibly draining day, but I'm hopeful for ...
... at check-in, were seated at the front bulkhead to allow easy transition between chair and seat for Max. The flight passed without incident, though the young toddler near us who squealed for most of the flight made me regret my decision not to take the noise-cancelling headphones with me. We landed at ORD slightly ahead of schedule, but almost immediately lost that time advantage as we taxied for what seemed like hours but was probably fifteen minutes or so. ...
... Tower (formerly Sear Tower) and do the Skydeck but as it would take me 90 minutes I decided against it. Instead I decided to head back to the hotel (after picking up two pairs of Levi's for £50 #Bargain) to go and see the second of the White Sox/Royals game.
The rest of the night was, pretty much, the same as the night before... Go to the game, get beat, watch the fireworks and come back to the hotel. Which is where I (literally) am right now.