Econo Lodge Janesville
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... was good and bad about the artwork attempting to capture it. The American West has become a myth. So have the tales of the Northwest Passage by Lewis and Clark. At the moment I am making a myth out of the Rule family Great Western Adventure. If you read the details, Lewis and Clark and the gang suffered mosquitoes and sickness and depression, not to mention taking wrong forks in the river and nearly dying of starvation in ...
The Rule Family Great Western Adventure begins!
Packed all morning then drove to Madison- Dane Cty airport was where we were supposed to pick up our minivan rented from Enterprise through Hotwire.com. We wanted to leave by 11 but packing took 1 hour longer than expected, so we called from the road to alert Enterprise. A nice young man named Jon told us that ...
We found lions!
We found cows!
We found zebras!
We found cantaloupes!! (she means camels)
The lions are my favorite!
I like the monkeys swinging by not when they stuck out their tongues.
The tiger tried to lick Oriah.
I touch a turtle it was very hard.
I drawed a ...
... spent the whole day there! We intended to leave from there and get pizza but when they all crashed in the car, we made easier dinner plans since a deep dish pizza takes 45 minutes to cook (so we discovered later when we stopped with three tired, hungry and cranky kiddos) after dinner, milkshakes and some play time we end today in Beloit, Wisconsin - tomorrow is a trip through cheese country!
Day 4 Miles: 133 (although many of them went slowly through Chicago ...
After the game we went back to Uncle Jim and Yvonne's house for one of the best roasts we’d ever tasted and a few more beers. Here there was an attempt to speak (incoherently) with Fiona’s parents who were more than amused at our ranting and raving while they quietly sipped on their morning coffees. They had been ...