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... and managed to catch it just before a man lifted it onto a trolley."
"You were so lucky," breathed BJ, "if you'd lost sight of the suitcase you might have been lost forever."
'I know," answered AJ. "I couldn't bare thinking that I might never see Aury and JM again. I never stopped running after the suitcase because all I want to do now is make sure we all get back home again."
"So what happened after you caught up to the suitcase?"
"Well, like I said, I ...
Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer! Yes, we are at the home of Laverne, Shirley, and the Fonz, Milwaukee! More later!
On this journey, Dick and I are excited to see new natural sites on this trip. No new sites in Indianapolis. However, we did see a man-made site we never saw before, an all electric I3 BMW. Beautiful car!
This trip is filled with new technology:
- Car refrigerator we plug into the cigarette lighter or 12V power supply. Size of a console ...
... part of Milwaukee is the bronze statue of Arthur Fonzarelli aka "The Fonze". Of course Happy Days was based here so we had planned our day around the core tenets of old school Milwaukee being beer, bowling and bars.
We looked around the historic 3rd ward, which much likes it counterparts elsewhere was a jazzed up version of an old warehousing district, now sporting bars, restaurants and trendy shops. After grabbing a bite at ...
... the house.
We also went next door to meet Melvilles - Jack was home and was really surprised to see Karla. It was good to talk to him and share family stories. Karla dragged all of us to her church, high school and Carroll College (Karri's alma mater).
All in all a good visit to Karla's home town!
Onwards to ...
... November 16th, so they say), and more importantly, steal as many seeds as possible to supply ourselves for extending the prairie next spring. If you're interested in creating native grasslands or native ecosystems where you live, learn about native species and plant them when the time is right. The first step is to till up whatever grass is now in place. Let the tilled earth sit for a month; in that time weeds and grasses will grow back. Hit them again with a tilling, ...