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    Quote Originally Posted by Airmutt View Post
    Oops forgot. Manitowoc is a bit over an hour but it’s worth the drive....the Maritime Museum is very cool. They’ve got a WWII sub!!!
    If you are handi capped or are a large person, you will not find the interior of that sub to be anything like you see in the movies

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    Made it to Osh and are settled into our room at the Hilton. Kinda weird flying directly into the airport.

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    Todd “I drink and know things” Stovall
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    At least you're flying in Todd, hope you have a great stay.
    Bob

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    If still looking for things to do and you’ve got the time, drive over to Wausau and go to the 45N-90W marker. Of the four 45x90 geographic locations on earth it’s the only accessible point. Puts ya dead center of the NW hemisphere. Nothing spectacular but kinda a cool thing. Stop in town and sign the logbook you’ll receive a commemorative coin.
    Dave Shaw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Auburntsts View Post


    This is only 1 leg of a 3 leg trip as we’re going to see friends in Iowa and Indiana on the way there and back.
    Feel free to stop and visit me at 09IA when you are in Iowa.

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    We just spent this evening over at Sleepy Hollow enjoying our last night with new friends in Osh before heading to our next destination tomorrow morning.

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    Todd “I drink and know things” Stovall
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    Did they have many folks there? I know several mentioned they were gonna head up, but really haven’t seen reports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlOrton View Post
    Did they have many folks there? I know several mentioned they were gonna head up, but really haven’t seen reports.
    Hi Carl,
    I had dinner at Sleepy Hollow campground last night with a group of Trimotor pilots who gathered there. The park had a total of twelve motorhomes/campers/RV's and one tent. It was a lovely night with a beautiful sky that was sadly empty of airplanes.

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    Thanks, Fred; hope all is well with you!

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    We were at Sleepy Hollow from Saturday the 18th through the 24th.

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