Sunday, May 18, 2008

Greetings from Dodgeville, WI!

Hey everyone! Our bellies are insanely stuffed with cheese and beer cheese soup and brats and sausages and fish fries and kringles and absolutely everything in the world. We've been on a culinary tour through Milwaukee and Sheboygan and Green Bay and Door County and then the Upper P of Michigan before heading back through the northern woods part of Wisconsin and through Madison today until we crashed here less than an hour from Iowa. Tomorrow it's a sampling of Iowa and then through some various Swiss/German villages, a cheesemaking town and back to Milwaukee where we fly out Tues afternoon. It's been quite the fun trip and tonight we're staying at a "4-star" hotel that's well......not what I would call 4 star but it does having a kick a indoor pool with a GIANT fish that we're about to explore and hopefully burn off a few of the massive calories we've consumed on this trip. Loads and loads of pics to come when we're back in the land of country music. Although.....we've heard and seen a lot of country music and people up here, and TWICE I've gotten to sing along to my fave Ashton Shepherd song about coolers slushing on the radio.

But for now know that we're living it up in Brew Country and have a wonderful view of a full moon over Wisconsin farmlands on the eve of Brent's b-day!

And yeah, you probably saw this one coming. Cheers!


At 12:24 AM, Blogger Jack said...

Hey cheesehead, keeping having fun now!

At 4:40 AM, Blogger Steve Stenzel said...

Mmmmm...cheese and beer....

At 6:24 AM, Blogger Damian and Julia said...

If you are going through Monroe make sure you take the Chalet cheesefactory tour. It's one of the very few places in the US that make limberger cheese. Also in Monroe is the Huber Brewery where they brew Bergoff beer. Or if you are going throug New Glaurs stop by the New Glarus Brewing Company. They brew a wide variety but Spotted Cow is the best.
Happy Travels!
PS I have been a reader of your blog for awhile just never commented.


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