Karakahl Country Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Monday 24th November
LET IT SNOW! It's snowing!!
All of Milton is covered in a white blanket of fluff. The farm is now surrounded. It is heavy, however you can still see clearly through it. It is like someone slashed a feather ...
... I am accustomed to the fact that airplane food...how do I put this politely...airplane food sucks!! However, this was surprisingly good. It was as though brought back from a restaurant. And Salted Caramel Mousse was rich and decadent. I was amazed at this and finished my portions within minutes.
Turbulence was noticeable however, did not cause any troubles. And despite the obvious struggles of her lag, the flight to Dallas, Texas was pleasant.
... of dust, cobwebs and dead bugs and moths abounding. Not to mention the strong urine smells in the main room so much so that staying to look at the exhibits required some long breaths. Not the best Wisconsin.
We still had time, so while we waited out the rainstorm that had come up we had some desert at the Taliesin Visitor Center restaurant overlooking the Wisconsin River.... I ...
... of as many as we could while here. We found the most on the way to Door County, though those we saw in Sauk County were nice.
I think I was heading toward the Aldo Leopold Foundation, but we drove into Baraboo and ended up on the Circus World street. So while I had decided earlier this wouldn't be a top priority- with it being after Labor Day there are no acts ...
... from Earth, is where aurora
researchers have long theorized that solar energy is changed into substorm
energy, which then explodes Earthward by the process scientists call “magnetic
Akasofu always thought the magnetic reconnection theory was not applicable to
the aurora. Based on his study of the aurora and satellite observations, he
figures that there is not enough energy in the tail.