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... next three photos - I tried, but from the car it's impossible. But this is the kind of countryside we have been driving through for a week.
Then back to Madison for dinner - a fish fry of course. You can't be in Wisconsin on a Friday night and not go to a fish fry. And a drive around the old neighborhood....this is where I lived during high school.
Here I am, 7 PM, sitting in our tent with Alex, listening to a terrible thunder storm rage all around us. Winds greater than 40 knots, lighting flashes hitting just a second or two before the thunder, and the rain pounding against the side of our tent. But it has been a pretty good day, after all...
I woke this morning at 6, as much due to being too warm and the air too humid, as because of the flight of 4 P-51s and a B-25 that joined them. The show seems ...
... The first other plane we saw in the air was the B-17 when we were turning downwind to runway 27. Amazingly enough, there was a big lull right as we landed.Speaking of runway 27, it turns out that is not the runway I wanted to land on. Although homebuilt camping is just off the far left corner of the runway, I was made to exit to the right and taxi a little over 3 miles (per my GPS) to get to our parking spot.
Speaking of parking, our claim ...
On the road again heading to see our close friends Robin and Steve in Sturgeon Bay Wi. Plan to stay and visit for 5 days. We all loved Oshkosh. Amazing Farmer's market. Main Street is closed off and the market is over 2 blocks long on both sides of the street. Beautiful country side. Life is ...
... Marcia's friends. The weather, thankfully, was cooperative: not too hot, not humid at all, and the mosquitoes came out just as we were leaving.
Wednesday, June 25
Marcia and I visited Carol on Wednesday morning, an experience that left us both exhausted.
Carol and her husband have 38 acres near Marcia and Tony, on which they raise chickens (for meat and for eggs), goats (for milk/cheese and fleece), sheep (for meat and fleece), and vegetables ...