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Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer! Yes, we are at the home of Laverne, Shirley, and the Fonz, Milwaukee! More later!
On this journey, Dick and I are excited to see new natural sites on this trip. No new sites in Indianapolis. However, we did see a man-made site we never saw before, an all electric I3 BMW. Beautiful car!
This trip is filled with new technology:
- Car refrigerator we plug into the cigarette lighter or 12V power supply. Size of a console ...
... part of Milwaukee is the bronze statue of Arthur Fonzarelli aka "The Fonze". Of course Happy Days was based here so we had planned our day around the core tenets of old school Milwaukee being beer, bowling and bars.
We looked around the historic 3rd ward, which much likes it counterparts elsewhere was a jazzed up version of an old warehousing district, now sporting bars, restaurants and trendy shops. After grabbing a bite at ...
... That was back in the 70s.
The Point Brewery is very much smaller than the other ones we visited and it is still in the old buildings. The mascot, Nicholas C. Point a totally made up name, is painted on the outside of the building. We had two tour guides and they were very good and had good strong voices, very needed in the loud parts of the process. At New Glarus, everything was behind glass. At Leinenkugel's we had to put on ...
Got up around 8am, had breakfast, then got the van ready to leave just after 9am and headed towards Madison. We stopped on the way at a place call Mount Herob where they had some carved wooden trolls scattered around the town. We carried on and arrived into the city around 10.30am and as it was Sunday was able to park just below the Capitol Building that dominates the centre. It's a grand ...
My big trip began as any other: with a little bit of packing. First, I had to figure out how to squeeze a year's worth of supplies into a backpack that's a little larger than a school-sized backpack. Then Phil (my friend & roommate) and I had to figure out how to fit everything we own into a Jeep Cherokee. That includes everything from the usual clothes and housewares to a bunch of kiteboarding gear and a ...