When my dad got home, he brought some fresh cheese curds.
The next day, Jake and I went to China Chef. Before that, we had dropped off his car to get a new valve cover gasket. After eating, we were able to see them work on it a bit. I dropped Jake back off and then we I went to the Lava Carwash with my buddy Bob after loading his snowmobile up.
Later that night, I went with my parents and we walked down a few backroads with Jordy.
You could definitely tell we were down some back roads when a tractor decided to drive by.
The next day I took it easy. Jake and I went to one of his friend’s places for a fire. I got to bed halfway early so I could make my impulsive trip to Thunder Bay. After getting back from Thunder Bay, I helped put together a bed at my grandma’s and then the next day my mom and I went to Sam’s Club in Wausau. We had a little pit stop at Fazoli’s. It was wet and rainy that day, but at least the spaghetti was good.
Later that night, I dropped by Nick aka, “Rufie.” He had put an air horn on the vehicle we went plowing with.
He also gave a tutorial on how he gets puts the vehicle in gear since the column shifter broke.
Friday night I first ate at Lindsey Bar and then arranged it with Nick to be the DD so a few of us could go out and hit up Marshfield. You can definitely tell you’re drinking in Wisconsin when they sell 10 30 packs for $100.
I stayed at Nutz Deep the whole night and didn’t get many pictures overall. I’ll eventually write a blog entry about them. When Nick was driving us around, I saw another quirk of his vehicle. The gas gauge was going nuts!
The next night, I decided to take it easy, and also since I was driving, I didn’t drink. I did meet up with some other friends. We ended up at Rose Bowl and then the Brew Pub (which are two other places I’ll eventually blog about). I noticed they had a lot of Austin-made vodka at the Brew Pub.
After that, I went out to a fire at another friend’s house.
The next day was my grandma’s 90th birthday party. I helped set up and the party went great. I noticed outside the park, there was someone way more daring than me with their classic car. With the snow in the area, I didn’t take my chances, but I guess this guy did.
Overall, it was a good trip to Wisconsin. I got to see a lot of people and also do a lot of things. It was interesting still seeing snow and it kind of sucked not being able to bring my Cougar out. I did get my fair share of cheese curds and I do look forward to being back up again!
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