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... been up there. We then wandered on to state street. They had quite a lot of quirky little independent shops. Me and jenny stopped for a warm up hot chocolate & coffee whilst Wendy browsed the shoe shop. We then headed inside of a center of the arts building where they hold theatre shows occasionally through the summer. Had a very cool stair case round the edge which looks over the middle part and down into one of the stages. I was determined to get a top of some ...
... new motorhomes and with my recurring dream of getting a new motorhome on my terms (no money trading hands and keeping our current payment) it just seemed too coincidental, so we went looking. No we didn't find anything, so don't get excited.
Last evening we hosted a small get together for the Renegades which are here at the rally. There are 6 couples here and 1 couple we're attempting to recruit. We socialized for ...
... The second reason today was so hard was because I discovered the *******s that stole my bag went of a shopping spree with my card. Our tour manager James did everything he could and let me use his phone to call NAB to cancel my card. He is such a gem, and we are so lucky to have him. He goes above and beyond every single day for all of us, this trip would not be what it is without him. Everyone, once again was so lovely. I didn't really want to talk about ...
We woke to ominous skies this morning and it rained for about the first 10 miles of the trip. Then, it was just overcast and kind of ugly until late afternoon.
We drove 270 miles across Minnesota into Wisconsin along I-90. It was flat green farmland for 270 miles. We ate lunch in La Crosse, WI, right on the eastern side of the Mississippi River. We then drove ...
... everywhere! 45,000 students here. $55 ticket- we opted to watch all the activity around the stadium. A lot of drinking and smashed students. Went to the union on the edge of the lake-sailing, boating, windsurfing and it's 57 degrees. People of all ages biking. Bikes everywhere and people in shape, very active. People very friendly.
Stopped 2 nights at the Lake Farm Tavern or as ...