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... 31,000 people).
We found a campground on a lake. At first, I wasn't too thrilled as it had day trippers, some permanents in trailers and a lot of seasonal RVs - permanent for the summer with owners coming at weekends but it turned out to be nice. A good choice. Nice sandy beach, water not too cold and nice people - lots of families.
Day 40. Saturday 4 July 2015
The parade started at 9.30 am and we found a parking spot ...
... forward to helping, to expanding my view of the world, to serve, and to see myself grow. I'm a huge quote person, so I'm going to leave one more below to bookend this short thought blurb.
"Often the difference between a successful man and a failure is not one’s better abilities or ideas, but the courage that one has to bet on his idea, to take a calculated risk, and to act." – Maxwell Maltz
... that matter, ya can gouge or gorge, or just yoke on out (that's southern for stuff yo face, Franny).
In reality we traveled from the Milwaukee area, up to near Oshkosh, south to Rockford IL and west to near Madison. Gail was showing me her roots, and some of the history of her extended family. Oh yea, we also had supper with those friends we met out in Pasadena, Howard and ...
... musical impacts every aspect of her life and has served her well in her successful career in the classroom, and which is followed closely by her love of shoes. Julie, third grade teacher extraordinaire, who will be bound to keep us in stitches on our great adventure. Don’t let her quiet, unassuming demeanor fool you! Becky, our resident decorator, capable of turning a ...
"Well," AJ went on, "I turned around to show it to you and I couldn't see you. I ran back to the counter where the Daddy had been talking to the lady and you and the Daddy were gone."
"Then what did you do?" asked BJ, breathlessly.
"I didin't know what to do, I ran in circles looking for you and the Daddy but I couldn't find you anywhere. I went back to the counter again and caught sight of the Daddy's suitcase just as it ...