Spring Green Motel
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Well today was my last full day in Dodgeville but also Wisconsin. Jenny started the day with breakfast with friends so I had a little lay in. Then it was time to get ready for our day. Caitlyn, Jenny's friend, joined us on our day out. We started with some lunch at a proper America sports bar. It was over in Madison as we had other things planned whilst we were there. It was called Buffalo Wild Wings grill & bar but I wasn't daring enough to have the proper American ...
... bracelet, dad was happy with his red skins jersey and Megan & Harry with their new converse. I sent home a few chocolate goodies to as I didn't see it fair I was the only one eating ****! I tried to send ones back that were either same names but different ingredients or ones that were totally not what we have. Once done talking on FaceTime we were off round Jenny's friends Kallies for a cook out. All Jenny's school friends and the ...
... for most of the journey even though I had only really just woken up. This fishing stuff had me tired lol. Once we got home it was a quick change into something tropical coloured ready to go to Jenny's grandpas assisted living home to a luau party. They have little get togethers there for the family's to come to every so often and it was a pleasure of mine to go along. Luckily I had my tropical jumpsuit with me which went perfect with the theme. Wendy had found some lais to ...
... beat a path to his door to see this eclectic structure. One day he decided to start charging an entrance fee…then things really took off. The House on the Rock complex is now a major tourist attraction with three separate tours. The house itself is one tour, with a late addition of a “nose” actually a cantilevered glass room that extends sixty feet off of the end of the rocky spire 160 feet above the valley below, it is quite a structure. The other two ...
Madison/Mount Horeb/Milwaukee - 8th Day
It's our last day in Wisconsin.
There's time for one more lunchtime get-together with Mavis before we have to drive to Milwaukee for our 5pm flight.
Mount Horeb (mostly Norwegians) is this little town just outside
Madison and is called the "Troll Capital of the World". The main street
is called the "Trollway" and troll statues can be found all through ...