Knights Inn Redgranite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... miss with all my heart. True, I will be back, but I don't want to leave them in the first place. I wish I could just take them with me or not leave in the first place, but they said they will be here when I get back so I'll be looking for them :)
The countdown is on! Here I come Florida, but I'll be back Wisconsin. Don't forget me because I won't forget you.
I'll be seeing you.
I actually was able to fit everything I had in my little PT Crusier. Good little car! haha... She had a tune up, semi new tires, new hub, new brakes, new oil and oil filter, fill up on trans fluid and wiper fluid. She's all set and ready for the drive. I put both of the back seats up so there would be more room in the back for all the junk I have ...
... next three photos - I tried, but from the car it's impossible. But this is the kind of countryside we have been driving through for a week.
Then back to Madison for dinner - a fish fry of course. You can't be in Wisconsin on a Friday night and not go to a fish fry. And a drive around the old neighborhood....this is where I lived during high school.
... in the Warbirds area. The sun was up, the air comfortable, and the food was, well, airport concessionaire food. What I wouldn't have given for a good fireman's pancake breakfast.
After breakfast, Alex and I headed out to explore for a few hours. Alex, Larry and I stopped to admire the amazing paint job that a gentleman from Oregon had done on his RV-8, featuring angels, scantily-clad women, and Navy pilots (isn't that they way it always is?). The ...
... in what we didn't see: other planes. The first other plane we saw in the air was the B-17 when we were turning downwind to runway 27 at Oshkosh. Amazingly enough, there was a big lull right as we landed.
Speaking of runway 27, it turns out that is not the runway I wanted to land on. Because there was no traffic, I asked for the runway that I thought would have the shortest taxi to parking. Although homebuilt camping ...