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... to cook. So glad we came when we did or we would have missed the best pizza ever!! Okay, all of us not from Chicago have tried "deep-dish Chicago style pizza" in restaurants in our towns and thought they were good. Well, they are all imposters! This was something like we had never eaten before. The crust was amazing, crisp yet light, kind of like a cross between a shortbread and a pie crust. We had a vegetarian with spicy sausage added and it had gobs of ...
... but weren't able to come back for a reception until now. Her theme was rainbows and it was a wonderful party.
AND for the first time in history, all The Girlfriends AND their husbands were together in the same room.
... why they had all remained friends for so long.
For the next three days we played golf, enjoyed meals together and laughed so much our sides hurt. After that first night we were there the word got out that Patti was in town and people came from everywhere. More old friends, family, neighbors and I think some strays we picked up along the way came to party in the driveway. What an amazing bunch of people!
... and he will get a nasty phone call.
The mail jumpers are high school and college kids. These two were brother and sister.
This lake is almost completely surrounded by the most amazing mansions. This was where all the rich folks from Chicago came to build "summer cottages" for themselves. ...
... bike north along the lake and east on the River trail. Put it into a rack to check it in and then checked it out right away and road north to Portillo's for lunch. Checked the bike into a rack while I ate. Afterwards I checked out another bike and road down to the Metra train station, put the bike into a rack there and took the train out to a Harvard, IL. Wasn't sure how I was going to get from there to Elkhorn, but I asked a guy on the train where he was going and he gave me ...