Hilton Garden Inn Oshkosh
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We are finally home! It is good to be home. We missed this place after all. On the way home, Jeremy and I were talking about how much we missed our little Freya. We missed her first Christmas :( but we will for sure compensate it by getting her a new big bone.
While I am very thankful to arrive home safe and sound, I am reminded of the fate of the passengers of the Air Asia who went missing on the route to Singapore from Surabaya, Indonesia. I don't ...
We are still home yet. Since it is Christmas season, we have a lot to get done other than just packing for the trip.
Winda: I have been writing Christmas cards for our family and friends since last weekend. It is a good thing that I ordered 40 Christmas-themed forever stamps from the post office. All the Christmas gifts are wrapped ...
... We downsized further, and still have too much stuff.
Our things have all been loaded on a moving truck en route to Bend, Oregon. In the meantime, we are spending the last week here at my Mom’s and trying to squeeze in as much time with family as we can. The Scamp is getting cleaned up and ready for another adventure. We will depart February 5 for a couple of weeks in New Orleans, and from there ...
... for many of Chicago's famous buildings. He was a mentor to Frank Lloyd Wright. He also designed ten banks known as Jewel Boxs in the upper midwest. All are still standing. My friend Mary told me about them - she has seen several - and I remembered there was one in Columbus so we stopped. What a beautiful building on the main drag in this little town in Wisconsin!! If you ...
... time it had happened.
Next, we were in one of the EAA tents where there was a display of a B-17 ball turret. This is a ball barely 3 feet in diameter into which a young man lowered himself, then did his best to use the two .50 caliber machine guns to protect himself and his crew from attacking German fighters. While looking at it, who should walk up but a veteran who had done just that in North Africa and Italy during WWII. Very impressive to actually ...