Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Madison East
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... be OK. So I got up at 5:15, went over to take a shower, then picked up the other two. We walked around the square and shopped for about 2 hours. I bought a few things, but like most Farmer's Markets, things cost way more. However, the vegetables are much better looking and taste better than what you can buy in the store.
Today was a short day of seminars and since we're pretty much shopped out, there wasn't much to ...
... and we have most of what he was talking about.
Not all the seminars are strictly educational. Yesterday afternoon I attended a jewelry making workshop and made three pair of earrings and a bracelet. They will serve as souvenirs of our trip to Wisconsin since two of them have cheese decorations.
After playing for a bit it was time to get back to something serious. I attended a seminar given by a couple who bill themselves as GEEKS ON TOUR. ...
... we should be using half a gallon per hour with a full load (both AC, Microwave, etc), so I'm thinking we are not using that much. Guess we'll know in a few days since it won't work once we get down to a quarter of a tank of gas.
We walked around the grounds today to get the lay of the land. We also met up with some other members of the chapter and drove down to the capitol square to walk around downtown. After a ...
... Squash Panini)
Needless to say, everything was so good! I definitely suggest these places if you ever are in town.
We also took a walk around the campus, walked around the lakeshore path, and took advantage of the good weather we had (except for today). We had a good time on the 4th of July, starting our day off at the weekly Madison Farmer's Market. The Farmer's Market is huge and everyone proceeds in one direction and you walk around the Capitol building. ...
... goodbye to lots of folks. And MoNita had a wonderful party for us too. After saying goodbye to so many people for so long, it’s nice to know this is finally happening.
Our last few days in town were spent frantically packing, unpacking, packing again, cleaning out the fridge, throwing stuff away, getting the boat out of the water, drying it out, winterizing it, paying bills, selling the car, turning ...