The Great Lakes Model A Tour is approaching it’s end. This is the 20th day of the tour, and we started driving south. We have had relatively good weather… At first, we had pretty warm weather, then we had periods of rain, but still not too cold. Then, suddenly, the temps dropped. On the first part of our drive today, we had rain and even some snow! Can you see the snowflakes?
Our main stop of the day was in Green Bay, WI, where we toured Lambeau field, home of the Green Bay Packers.
As we waited for our tour, a retired Packer posed with us. Sorry, I can’t remember his name, but he sure was BIG!
Toward the end of our tour, we entered the field through the same tunnel the Packers use for home games.
We even got a little cardio in…
Not to mention portraits by the Packers’ goalpost:
Here’s a shot from the Hulstroms:
And some from the Clausens:
From Green Bay, we continued South to our hotel in Sheboygan, WI. Our friends Michael, Lisa, and Julie live nearby, and we met for dinner. This night was the night of the Hunter’s Moon, which is the last full moon before the start of the hunting season. I think it’s also called the “orange” moon, although it wasn’t really orange.
Tomorrow, we complete our drive South to Milwaukee, where we started the tour. We will have come full circle. Check out our final activities tomorrow.
2 thoughts on “Snow and Football”
Loving it Jay, thanks, ……Conejo Valley club
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Thanks Pat for the continued descriptions of the tour.happenings – really great.Dale and Karen Barry