Inn Town Motel
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... were spent making new acquaintances over a beer in Paul’s Woods before going out to dinner.
The week was also about renewing old friendships: with earthrounders’ Thom and Veronica who recently completed their second rtw, and Soiuzbek planning his own for the coming year; fellow Brit, Colin with his KR2, who is part way through his rtw; Gordon from Vancouver; Colin, Cleopatra and little Elbert who we met at the RAF Waddington Air show last ...
... and while there were shuttle buses running continuously, these were very full at the start and end of the daily events, so we walked that a couple of times.
The weather was nearly perfect - mostly clear skies and temperatures in the mid-20s during the day.
We got VIP passes to the Cirrus lounge - not a great deal in there but the water and coffee was free. There is a vibrant Women in ...
... eg 'canard flying high, waggle your wings’ compliments on the manoeuvre, welcomes the aircraft to Oshkosh and then directs to the allocated runway. Patrick was asked to land on the ‘yellow dot’ on 36L which was dutifully completed, before being marshalled to the camping area for homebuilt aircraft. There was already a line of parked canards, so we taxied (on the thick clover grass – ugh) to the end of the ...
... on my camera as it came in 3rd. These were heats and the winners went into a final. I was happy then found out that I had bought the duck. It was mine. I now have a duck called Waldo Junior proudly sitting on the bed above the driver's cabin, keeping an eye on us as we eat and sleep. It was $10 for the duck and race and $8 if you had your own duck from previous years.
We then watched some of the baseball game and then went back to camp ...
We are the 4 Scottish Scholars, thusly named for a trip abroad we have planned thanks to FFT (Fund for Teachers)! Our mission will be to visit some of the schools in Fife, Scotland, to examine their ETHOS behavior program, and in particular, how it impacts their students' academic achievement.
The four of us are veteran teachers from Wisconsin-Judy, whose love of ...