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|In the parking garage, before we headed out to walk around.|
|Miller Park, where the Brewers play.|
|We parked under the "Milwaukee Center" which is|
an office building, hotel, and... big building?
|We were waiting for Sweetie, and this was a mirror in the hallway.|
|Milwaukee City Hall. It's under construction on the lower levels.|
|There was a blimp in town for the Brewers game.|
It was flying around all day and seemed to be having
trouble in the wind.
|It's a statue.|
|Back to home base for restroom break. This is a fancy lobby in the Milwaukee Center and|
it deserved a fancy photo filter. That's Mr Bunches there, heading to see the view.
|Waiting for Mom.|
|Mr F, on the right, is sitting in front of a sign that says "Do Not Sit On Vents."|
WHATEVER I DO WHAT I WANT.
|Because of Lake Michigan, it was 59 degrees.|
|I just liked the symmetry of this building.|
|Close up of a mural along the Riverwalk, where you can take your kids|
to walk along the brown Milwaukee River, cutting through numerous outdoor patios
on which people drink beer and smoke.
|The first of many duck sculptures along the Riverwalk. We took several shots. This was the best one.|
|The One Wisconsin building. I love this building.|
I used to walk by it nearly every day on my
way to work, 20 years ago.
|Ducks. Possibly Gertie.|
|This building has giant ladybugs on it.|
I never knew why.
|That crane is lifting a boat.|
|Larger boats going up the Milwaukee River need the bridges to lift.|
This was absolutely Mr Bunches' favorite thing of the day.
|This is a building.|
|I liked the flower in the window, and I liked better framing|
it through the crane here.
|The sign outside the Milwaukee Public Market.|
|The inside of the Milwaukee Public Market, where you can drink beer and wine while|
shopping for beer and wine. And also weird meats and live lobsters.
|Ha ha I get it.|
|I cannot look at a giant inflatable crab without thinking|
"Where can I get one?"
|It's a statue.|
|I liked the foreign writing under the sign|
but was disturbed by the scary
looking woman advising that some of the
toppings are really hot.
|This is a meat stand that had a sign promising unusual meats but it turned out|
they mostly sold regular meat, plus some "chorizo." They also sold potato pancakes,
in the lower left side there. Plus whatever those white globby things are.
|They had live lobsters in a tank, in case you want to go shopping and then carry around|
a live lobster in a bag all day.
This particular lobster got pictured because Sweetie thought it looked like he had tusks or teeth. If you google
"Do lobsters have teeth" you will find out that yeah, they do, but they're in the stomach, and
then you will have another reason to never eat lobster.
|Mural outside the coffeeshop.|
|We walked by a construction site and|
Sweetie said, just as I snapped this picture,
"Well, THAT'S ugly."
"No, I think it looks neat."
|Here's that mural, from across the river. We were walking back to home base now.|
|A neat sculpture on the Riverwalk.|
|This I am pretty sure is also a sculpture.|
|We found the Bronze Fonz!|
The Bronze Fonz is a public artwork by American artist Gerald P. Sawyer located on the Milwaukee Riverwalk just south of Wells Street in downtown Milwaukee, WisconsinU.S.A. The Bronze Fonz depicts Henry Winkler as the Happy Days TV show character Arthur Fonzarelli, also known as the Fonz. Fonzie stands in his typical costume, which consists of a leather jacket and jeans. He is giving a two-handed thumbs up.
|Inside the Home Base there was an art gallery where people had painted sections of|
Milwaukee under attack from movie or videogame monsters.
|After walking around and seeing the sites,|
we headed to a playground I'd found on
the Internet, to give the boys a chance to blow
off steam. This water tower was on the way.
|And then we made it to the park.|
|Cass Street Park, entrance.|
|I have a blue filter on my camera. I'm not sure what|
the purpose of it is.
|On the way home we stopped off at Kopp's, which makes|
my favorite hamburgers EVER.