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Travel Blogs from Manhattan
... small - full of nice wholesome people and a cute "downtown" full of small shops. We grabbed a bite to eat at Kite's bar and grille - and discovered our waitress was from Pickerington, Ohio! She was thrilled to see fellow Ohio-ans and cheered us with "O-H"! ...
... Saloon (with a Nancy for Kraig), a tour of Tallgrass Brewing Company, a home cooked steak and shrimp dinner (extra smoke included), more drinks at Rock a Belly Deli (and another Nancy for Kraig), breakfast at The Chef, Sunday Football at Tubby’s (even though the Pack lost) and a taste of Madison provided by Pel’meni.
It was a bittersweet moment leaving Manhattan and Kraig in the rear view mirror but I am sure it will not be too long before we see him ...
... that. He was also introduced to Mihm's by my Dad last week, and definitely regrets that he did not know about it sooner!
We left Appleton on Wednesday and spent the night at Dave and Sam's house in Pewaukee. They treated us to an incredible last Sconnie meal at Dylon's on Pewaukee Lake. Delicious. We enjoyed every drop of our last properly made Korbel old fashioned presses. That's not to say we won't find somewhere that ...
... other than a dark suit, blue/white shirt and tie on weekday, this will be your favorite blog for the next two weeks.
We begin our journey here in Manhattan while watching the K-State vs. North Dakota State football game and the unveiling of Fort Snyder. EMAW tonight because we're AWOL tomorrow!
... br> Macaroni & Cheese
Things We Learned in Europe that We'll Continue:
We're all stronger walkers (Joe & I want to maintain this)
Using quinoa/couscous in place of hamburger in tacos
Gouda is great in grilled cheese sandwiches
Sometimes game/screen time is necessary
Unscheduled family activities can be just as fun as scheduled activities
Everyone, even the four-year-old, should get real input in planning