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... shores of Lake Michigan ever since I met Gail, so today was the day. We by-passed the metropolis called Milwaukee and headed over to a town called Port Washington. The first place we stopped was a fish shop called EWIG'S that Gail and her hubby Rog used to stop at. They used to get smoked chubs at this place and then go picnic at a park over looking the lake. No more chubs are to be had. It seems the mussels are/have eaten all the plankton from ...
... ve appreciated. This photo was taken before we were even out of the state.
It wasn’t long after that it was taken that even more was added. I’m not sure how we didn’t blow a fuse, which I'm pretty sure we didn't have with us. We had just about anything else we could need, knowing Corey and the level of preparedness she has - but I'm pretty sure there would have had to be a stop at an automotive shop of some sort if we'd lost that fuse. Along with some cussing.
... Canada/Alaska adventure.
I will take good notes so that I can tell you about the fun times and hopefully have some fantastic photos to back them up. Got a great new heavy duty tripod for when I use the big camera, so hopefully when I am shaking in my boots as the grizzly bears (no pun intended) down on me, you
will have documentation of my last photo....if full clarity...ugh.
Chat with you soon....Sandy and ...
... The others who had followed the lead vehicles through the light had kept on going...off on a desert tour. The remainder had gotten on a different road. We were scattered. It was a rough early evening as we sorted it out. But credit the group...it was sorted out and we regrouped for the next day. Of course, the day started with no briefing. Briefings restarted.
Day 9 was a climbing run into Flagstaff. An easy ride up to 7,000 feet. A different kind of mountain. A ...
... about it and looking forward to doing some school clothes shopping here for weeks. It’s called the Mall of America. It’s located sort of between Minneapolis and St Paul in a town called Bloomington and it’s massive.
It wasn’t difficult to get Vi up on this shopping day. This kid is no rookie in the art of sleeping in, but not today. She was up early and getting ready to shop. I had ...