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... that Wisconsin is serious about its recycling at least in the rest areas! Talk about being very specific about sorting your recycled items. Inside the rest area, they had a dirt track car. Dave Standen, this photo is for you. Dick said that you used to go to dirt track races in Wisconsin!
Arrived in Milwaukee after being on the road for about 6.5 hours. After getting settled, we drove down to the Milwaukee River Walk going past Marquette University. Got a good ...
... being the only large scale brewery left in the state.
The tour was free and informative. The brewery sits in the original location and dates back 150 years or so. The technology was amazing as were the 3 free beers at tours end.
Then a quick drive across town to a true Milwaukee bowling institution, called Landmark Lanes. This is a bowling alley first and foremost then a dive bar, pool hall, disco, live music ...
... on what is basically a stationary, recumbent bicycle and then pedal like mad to get their cutout of a Sausage Racer down the track fastest.
The game was not good for the home team as they didn't score and only managed 3 hits. There was some opportunities in the middle innings but no real threat was made to overcome the deficit. Gio Gonzalez pitched an excellent game. The stands emptied out much sooner than I expected, by ...
We needed to do some grocery shopping so we asked our students where we should go. Many of them told us to go to Cermak. So we did. When we walked in to Cermak the first thing we noticed was a wide variety of produce at very reasonable prices. Then, walking down the grocery isles we say many brands not commonly seen in a typical American grocery store. ...
... likely. They were delighted--"Hey! If we had known you were Phillies fans, we would have talked to you more!"
We don't often go to Major League games, having sworn off giving them any more of our money when the players went on strike for the second time, in 1995, over what they considered to be insufficient pay. (See Ken Burns' great series on baseball for a detailed look at that debacle. They lost more fans than just the two of us; they just ...