Ramada Plaza Hotel - Fond Du Lac
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... there was no camping anywhere near here) and met an old gentleman at the Historical Centre who showed us the exhibits and was so delighted to meet some Australians.He had been there and told us we had made his day. He was from Luxembourg stock. Many people from there had settled in this region. It was nice.
I wanted to spend 4th July in a smallish place rather than a city like Milwuakee (which was our next stop) and had decided on ...
... into a space worthy of Architectual Digest (I’m so lucky I get to be her roomie here at school!), and me, Sarah, whose skills include many things such as the ability to carry on entire conversations by myself and being daring enough to start a blog!
Be sure to check in with us in June as we begin our adventures in Edinburgh, Aberdour, Glasgow and the Scottish ...
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We drove to Ripon Wisconsin to have lunch with my brother David. On the way we stopped for a bit in Columbus to see a Louis Sullivan Jewel Box Bank.
Louis Sullivan was a famous architect in the last half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. He's known as the father of the skyscraper, and ...
... the difficulties of flying a canard design off a 1,300' (no typo!) grass strip. For comparison, I get very nervous if I have to fly off a smooth, paved strip less than 3,000' long.
Just as Alex and I finished our dinner and he went to a corner to read, a 30-knot-plus gust hit, the sky grew dark, and you could hear rumbles in the distance. Alex and I, along with many of the guests, quickly set out for our tents. We covered the approximately 2 miles ...