Peppertree at Tamarack HOA
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Banquet room
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... and passed a pizza placed called Moose Jaw. Their delivery cars are what is unique about them, they each have a moose lying on top.
By this time the meeting was over and we returned to pick up the other couple because we were going to ride the DUCKs. DUCKs are vehicles from WW II which can run on the road and in water. Bob & I have experienced the DUCKs in Branson, MO several years ago, but the rest of the group had never been in one, ...
... of his family came up from Byron, IL (Alan & Kris Jones) and Vernon, WI (Kyle & Liz Jones) for a visit. We had not seen Kris for a couple of years, Alan has been to San Antonio a couple of times to visit with us as well as mom & dad, and we haven't seen Kyle & Liz for about 4 years. They were supposed to be here for brunch, but due to traffic and construction, they didn't get here until about lunch, but whatever you call ...
... but no. It is an individual tour given by one of the owners and it lasted 2 hours!! Bob wasn't sure he wanted to take the tour, but actually the 2 hours went by quickly. The woman who gave the tour had many stories to go along with everything she showed us. They have some very interesting stuff like the official final transcript from the Nuremberg trials. They have a Holocaust Room with lots of very disturbing pictures and ...
... Premium Outlet Mall, which is almost half way to Milwaukee! But we had to make the trip or the Diamond Warranty would be void, so off we went. This outlet mall is nothing like San Marcos, but they did what needed to be done and signed off on it. While we were out there, we walked around, that took all of about 20 minutes (it is spread out).
We then headed back into Madison to drive to the Alliant Center so we would ...
... one that Bob really doesn't like, but guess he thought it would be bad enough. After crossing the river, we continued on our way and turned off onto 88 (Ronald Reagan Memorial Highway). Almost immediately we ran into construction. Actually for the next 10-12 miles. Most of the time we were the leader of the parade, so it wasn't too bad. Soon after the construction was ended, we entered the Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway ...