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Great guys here that were willing to make me feel at home as well as carry a conversation for hours. One bizarre highlight was giving an impromptu presentation to a Platteville Intro to College class of 20 or so freshman on Greek life. The other presenters were Joe, another SigEp and Sydney, the student body ...
... economy runs on education, 4 universities - although we didn't see one. Hilary Clinton was here on the weekend - Iowa is important for the Caucus. It is interesting to watch the politics - we were here in America for the Caucus ten years ago. Nothing has changed Fox hates Hilary with a vengeance - as do most female commentators. The show tonight was 'Through the years' 50's, 60's and 70's ...
... cowboy. I don't feel ready yet to leave my singers and Wisconsin but they have busy school and work lives starting Monday and as much as I would love to distract them and keep them with me they have to get on with things. So i had suggested a cook out family dinner with all the singers and that's what we did. I love how quick and easy it is to invite everyone and they just come right over. Tim as always did an amazing job with dinner. He cooked the amazing asparagus I loved ...
... than the Loo's fest. Nicer venue as far as views go. Great concert and perfect weather. Saturday we awake and off to downtown to the Shot Tower Inn. Cute little place that has a lot going on. Good food. Back to the campsite and take a Dubuque tour for free on the trolley. Irish Hooley times 2. Another great concert which the rain was not able to spoil as ...
... There are huge dairy farms everywhere. I am absolutely in love with all the old red barns along the way. It was odd when we crossed into Iowa, the farms were rows of corn mixed with rows of soybeans. Always interesting to see how different regions farm.
Today was planned as a shorter travel day into Iowa so we could visit the “National Farm Toy Museum” in Dyserville. Kevin has talked about seeing ...