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... goodbye to lots of folks. And MoNita had a wonderful party for us too. After saying goodbye to so many people for so long, it’s nice to know this is finally happening.
Our last few days in town were spent frantically packing, unpacking, packing again, cleaning out the fridge, throwing stuff away, getting the boat out of the water, drying it out, winterizing it, paying bills, selling the car, turning ...
Took off to get to the John Deere factory by 10am, stopped for a take out coffee, got some fuel and then Greg realised he had left his hat and sunnies at the motel - but a quick call had the motel hold them until later. We got to the plant in plenty of time and after handing in our phones and signing security forms we watched a movie and then rode some tractor drawn trailers to view the assembly plant. It is a ...
... I have ever read 'Laos is known for the worlds largest cave arachnids". Yikes.
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Today first we drove around Middleton a bit, the little town (that's not so little any more) where I grew up. This is the house my dad designed and built where I lived until I was 9.
Then the apartment from 9 until high school.
The high school where I went - then there were 650 students, ...
... miles to Madison where we did a loop of the University of Wisconsin campus. And finally, we drove about 10 miles east of Madison to the Lake Kegonsa State Park.
Tomorrow, we drive about 2-1/2 hours to Chicago where we are spending a couple of days with Jeff and Malia (our river neighbors that have their "non-river" residence in Chicago). I hope they are ...