We we lucky again this year to have the Roberts family fly into Milwaukee to visit us for Thanksgiving. As you can tell from the picture above we had an awesome time with them here! And the weather was fabulous for touring Milwaukee.
Here we are starving before our wonderful feast.
Dad was designated turkey carver, and boy was it some good turkey this year!
The next day we traveled around Milwaukee first stopping at Marquette campus to see the Saint Joan of Arc Chapel.
Too bad that campus was closed so the chapel was closed too, so we just took a picture outside.
Luckily though the art museum on campus was still open. I made sure that there was a new exhibit showing (cause the last one was so weird). This time they had this sweet sculpture that you could make music when you moved the rods together, that is me playing above.
We also found the Bronze Fonz (I figured Mom and Dad Roberts would have actually watch Happy Days)
And then we stealthily made it into the secret Safe House for lunch. The Safe House is a spy theme resturante with all this cool decor, here is a piece of the Berlin wall.
That night we went to the Domes (indoor gardens).
They had the show dome filled with Christmas flowers!
The next day we went hiking at Lapham peak, even though there are no more leaves on the trees the weather was nice and turned out for a nice little hike.
Last stop was at a Decorative Arts museum located in an old mansion on the lake front. I have been wanting to go here for a while so it was a nice excuse and turned out to be a pretty cool place.
They have this enormous backyard garden that leads down to the lake that we wondered around.
Here is Jenny showing off the plaza in the middle of the house.
Lastly we watched the BYU/Utah game, of course. Go Cougs! That was a close one.