Super 8 Racine
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... us reach a dream we never thought was possible!
Including the cruise, we will be traversing through Europe for approximately 9 weeks. We will visit 12 countries, stay in over 20 cities, encounter 5 seas, and quite a few mountain ranges. To say we are excited is quite the understatement.
We are lucky enough to be seeing some friends along the way...in Barcelona, Munich, ...
... or I was going to faint. We didn't get to see Stacy finish but it is a good thing that we made it to the food tent and sat down. Thank goodness again for Danielle for taking care of us in the food tent. I just kept mumbling food orders to her and she would disappear and bring it back for me. We sat in the food tent for a long time before I could get moving again. We caught up with everyone in transition and poor Stacy was feeling just as bad but she felt that way the whole ...
... hankering for something sweet and we came upon an awesome ice cream shop called Skoops. It is local homemade ice cream from Madison and it was awesome! I had butter pecan in a cookie bowel, Ashli mint chocolate chip in cookie bowl and Danielle had waffle cone with French silk ice cream. When we got back to the hotel I did some van housekeeping then headed up to the room where Dannielle and Ashli were already showered and in ...
We arrived in Milwaukee around noon, delayed only by a stop at the Mars' Cheese Castle, a roadside monument to Wisconsin cheese. After buying a hunk of cheddar, venison sticks, and a summer sausage shaped like a beer bottle (seriously), we headed to Julia's friend Sarah's apartment. After lunch at a local restaurant (featuring a bloody Mary with a stick of bacon and a beer chaser), we went on a brewery tour at Lakeside Brewery, the country's ...
... veggie scraps. The worms eat thru this, poop nutritious stuff, and multiply. Additionally, if you can, somehow drain the liquid residue (aka compost tea). At the center we do this with hoses that are attached to the downside of each bin. I'm trying to turn this into a project for kids. We can split into groups and have each separate the worms from the castings (i.e. the fertile poo), and then start the bins anew.
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