Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Madison East
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... with a Wisconsin cow. Not that they look anything different to England's but I was told Wisconsin is the land of cheese and cows & I've had plenty of the cheese its time for the cows! Wendy had spoke to someone that was going to let us on his dairy farm here in Dodgeville which was exciting. We had a spot of lunch first in a place called the cooks room just down in town then we headed over to the farm. Wendy knocked at the house door but she said the guy we needed ...
... this one is very large and very clean. It also has a parking garage. Have you ever seen an escalator for grocery carts? This one has that. It is so weird to push your cart to an escalator and watch it go down beside you.
So here we are Tuesday and we have been doing very well with the generator. We've only run the front AC and had the fans on so don't think we've used a lot of gas. According to everything I ...
... my second passport that we left at my grand mother's. Oops! Haha!
We got it back. I am sitting at the terminal waiting to be let in. There is this rude guy that was swearing and saying nasty things, so my father called me over to get away. I sat down once again and started to draw in my sketch book. After getting several dirty looks from people for is fowl language especially in the presence of a minor, he came over to me and presented me with a black ...
... class suburbs are green and leafy. Downtown, on the edge of the campus where we are staying, it seems there are construction sights on every street corner with new apartment blocks going up, extensions on others and road repairs. I guess this is because it’s summer after a very harsh winter and it’s semester break. But I’ve still enjoyed wandering and riding around exploring the town while Donelle has been stuck in the conference.
... in our cute Scamp, and that we won’t ever be able to repay him for all of his work! Just this morning he finished removing 40 rivets. I removed two rivets (with Jay’s help) when we helped over the course one weekend. Talk about a pain! And he just did 40!
The same goes for my Mom, who has helped with all of the materials needed and is helping us to make it more “homey.” We just picked out fabric for ...