Jaz visits Wisconsin

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After last week's visit to New Hampshire, I went to Wisconsin. I have to admit I was caught at a really bad time judging by the look of my face, but I was overjoyed to be holding the frame of Lance Armstrong's actual bike. I thank Dad for making me look like an idiot in this photo.

Jasmine holds Lance's time trial frame

After visiting with some of Dad's friends in Sun Prairie, I think I have gotten my share of kittens for the moment. Warning: Kittens climb your pants up to your shoulder unexpectedly and make another idiot of you on camera.

Jasmien attacked by kitten

Soul Rider! I was kickin' it with a motorcycle in the rain, cruisin' through a field with major speed.

Jasmine rides a motorcycle

I went kayaking. My totally awesome tie-dye kayak and I went for a cruise in the Madison water with Caroline. There is nothing cooler than warm water, a slight tailwind and 7up.

Jasmine in a kayak

Ok, if you see me any time soon, don't ask. This is the biggest lily-pad I've personally ever seen. I even took it home and measured it to be 16 and 1/2 inches in diameter each way. Can you beat that? I bet you CAN'T!

It's biggern than my head!

There is really nothing to say for this photo. It is REALLY self explanatory.

Carolyn and Jasmine safely on the shore

Unlike the photo above, there is a lot more than meets the eye about this picture. Note the typewriter, Bucky Badger plush toy on top of a 7up, sketchbook, iPod mini and other miscellaneous items. Don't I look dandy.

Jasmine typing

Now this is what I came to Madison for. Not only was I born here, but I was a born shopper and a born artist. With the capital in the background, I stand next to a statue in the town square. This is what I like to call a sassy picture.

Jasmine adn the capitol

Here I am again, this time in front of a fountain by a museum that Caroline and I visited. The only thing different besides the scenery is a bag with my fourth pair of Chuck Taylor's. I am old school, I really do belong in 1973!

Jasmine at the University of Wisconsin

Ahh. What a trip. For our last event, we visited the 2006 Trek bicycle show. Seeing all the bikes for next year was a real treat, since I'm 12. So here is my daddy and I on top of the Monona Terrace next to the fountain.

The next morning, I flew home First Class. That's the kind of girl I am. Thank you dad, for this beautiful trip, it was the adventure of a lifetime.

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