Life in the land of the Cheeseheads has been a very busy one for both of us. The school year has been off to a very, very busy first two months, as has the community in general. So the adventures have been limited, although we have many pictures and scenes of quotidian life to share.
I'm writing this post from Cedarburg, WI, where we've been staying this weekend, at the lovely Stagecoach Inn, which actually was once a stagecoach inn on routes between Milwaukee and Green Bay. It's our 2-and-9 anniversary this week so a change of scenery seemed in order. Unforunately, I sprained my ankle on Thursday night so we haven't done much walking around, but the town is extremely cute, filled with stores and great architecture. (It is a bit uninspired from a culinary standpoint, although we had some yummy crepes at lunch).
Above is the side of the former wool mill that has been restored and filled with a restaurant, galleries, and shops; below is Cedar Creek itself. When we got out of the car we noticed that it does, indeed, smell sort of like Cedars here.
..... and the Red Sox are doing well in the World Series.
So, life here is generally good, but extraordinarily busy.