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Kenosha Wisconsin


Well, when I think of cheese I think of Wisconsin (and of my father who when we were little was always saying "who cut the cheese?!") I know, too much info-sorry. I love to stop in Pinconning Michigan, great cheese there too. Hope you had a blast on your trip, Kat


Well for goodness sake.
I have been there, on highway 40 on the way to Fond du Lac, WI


So it may be unfair, since I lived there, but it looks like you went through Chicago and on to Kenosha.


Tee hee.......geee do I get to enter the contest? might not be fair since I was watchin boomer and benny. but ummmmmm, through Chicago cause thats a pick of sears tower aint it, then I dont know the second pic but the 3rd pic is where I need to bring a bottle of wine for right? :p


Your all close, but where was the middle pic taken???

- M

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