Radisson Hotel & Conference Center Kenosha
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... moved in the same day we arrived. Despite running on 5 hours of sleep, too much artificial energy, and having just spent 72 hours packing and moving, we helped unpack and move a bit more before relaxing. In all fairness Kait drove 13+ hours.
Milwaukee is great so far. We ate some delicious Korean food at Stone Bowl and wandered around the neighborhood near DJ's apartment. Came home blew up the air mattress and wound the night down with some wine and a re-run of Broad ...
... us do just that, in near real time.
Travelling to Ireland for the first time is very exciting, as is seeing Amsterdam, Bruges, and Normandy. It will be a challenge learning to drive on the wrong side of the road, but I'm sure we'll be able to manage it. We'll also have the opportunity to see Flanders Fields (World War I battlefield in Belgium) and of course the beaches of D-Day. We'll be ending ...
... anymore and I let that go a little while in California when Blake and I went crazy at a candy store in Sausalito. My tummy paid the price once we got to Oregon :\
· An unorthodox blooper was the fact that we visited Mt. Rainier, the still-active volcano just outside of Seattle. We had no intention of visiting but after a last minute change in plan, are extremely happy we did. It was one of my favorite places of the whole trip. ...
... closer we got to the Dells, and the less it cooled off, the more we really didn't want to spend another night at a campsite where the only place to keep cool was in the camp site pool or our RV. And more time in that RV was not what we needed! So we pressed on.
And finally we decided, ahhh, what the heck, let’s get all the way to Lincolnshire, IL, to Doug’s mom’s house! Gretchen ...
... of the tour! We did get to see artwork made from the different colored beans and learn a bit about the history of the company. We didn't actually see them make any beans in person but got to ride around in a trolley and see videos of the process.
When we finished the tour we sampled the beans and their other sweet treats. Yeah, they make more then jelly beans. They have a variety of chocolate and I believe they started ...