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A Business Stop in Horicon, WI for a recycled crates company We were up at 6:30. Breakfast at Cracker Berrel ( no surprise there). Heading northwest to Wisconsin. We stopped at Kreilkamp Trucking, Inc. at 10 AM to meet with Dave (Smedly) Mullin and get a plant tour. They are also big time into refurbishing crates for John ...
We were up at 6am and had some breakfast with Monti before he headed for work. He was taking his time and it looked like he did not want to leave.
We all had a great time at Monti's and it was very hard to say goodbye. He is a beautiful person and opened his home and welcomed us as if we had been friends for years.
We finally waved Monti off to work and then packed the car and waited for the washing to finish before heading off.
We drove the I-90 ...
... the Packer pre-season game tonight. Well with all the rain and with darkness descending, I chose safety over Packer loyalty and stopped in Austin, Minnesota, where we were treated to watching the Minnesota college game at the sports bar restaurant in the hotel. I wouldn't have minded eating a bad pizza so much if we could have had any other sport to watch, even tennis, but no, every TV was tuned to Minnesota College Football.
Anyhow lest you think we haven't been eating well, ...
Van appreciation day... Driving, driving, driving to Austin, Minnesota. We had 2 designated stops today; 1st was the Corn Palace. A school hall still used for proms, theatre and basketball games with corn merchandise inside and decorated with murals of corn on the cob. 2nd stop was the green giant in Minnesota, Hohoho. Camp was Kamp of America again and we spent our evening planning Chicago in front of the fire with ...
... br> Honest to God I have never seen anything like it in my life. We were greeted at the door by a SPAM-bassador, watched a movie about the history of SPAM in American life and advertising (the SPAMettes were a highlight), admired SPAM’s contribution to the war effort in the 1940’s, played a video linked SPAM quiz, and most crucially of all, got to watch the Monty Python SPAM sketch. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anwy2MPT 5RE