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... 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. ...
... to Delavan. Tracy and her friends happened to be going right through there 5 minutes after I arrived and they picked me up. Couldn't have been any better if we had planned it. The Fish Fry in Elkhorn was fantastic as always. Saturday - Nice hike on the Kettle Moraine trail. Nice way to start the day. Went to Elkhorn's Main Street Day. Big arts and crafts fair on the town square and visited with some old friends there. Roasted corn on the cob is always good. Tracy's ...
... for summer use over 30 years ago. In the cement, my Grandpa Al wrote his name on the left and my Grandmother's name, Irene, on the right. The story goes that the tree where his name was carved died, then that next spring my Grandfather died. Ever since, my Grandma Irene would come to the cottage every year and visit the tree by her name to ensure it was doing well. My Grandma died in 2000, so we were expecting the tree to follow; however, this legend was broken as the tree is ...
Spent the day today here in camp. Cooking, cleaning and watching a double header on tv. We had another HUGE storm again tonight. Two nights in a row there have been tornado warnings here and they had to take everyone from the tent sites and have them sit in the basement of the camp office. We watched it for hours. Storms here are definitely not like the ones we have in California. Tomorrow we head for Indiana!!! Look out cousins, here we ...
... briefly, and then beyond to Beloit. Back to the areas where I used to call home, and that I visit annually (usually twice)... familiar territory and scenery. The fal colors began to become less and less... maybe it's only 10% down here in southern Wisconsin.
A lovely lunch with my dear friend Katie at Manna's on the east side ...