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“My theory is that when it comes to important subjects, there are only two ways a person can answer. Which way they chose, tells you who that person is. For instance, there are only two kinds of people in the world, Beatles people and Elvis people. Now Beatles people can like Elvis and Elvis people can like the Beatles, but nobody likes them both equally. Somewhere you have to make a choice. And that choice, tells you who you are.” Mia Wallace from Pulp fiction

I have the same theory only I apply it to Beach people and Mountain people. My husband is a Mountain person, I am a Beach one. This is where we spent our last weekend. Door County. Wisconsin’s sticking out “thumb” on the map if you will. It’s all beach, and this friends tells you who I am…

There were goats on a grass roof of a breakfast place! It made my girls giggle and jump for a good fifteen minutes, a definite crowd pleaser. And they had all these wooden trolls. Door County was settled by swedes, so not only do you get the awesome goats on the roof spectacle but you get it after having consumed special swedish pancakes with lots of whipped cream on top. 

I am also a Beatles person…

Peace!

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About Muslim Hippie

Hello and welcome, you have landed yourself on this virtual space designed by your humble servant to try and escape life's unpleasantness through: selective memory musings, snippets of the world that surrounds me, and occasional insights when the light blub in this strange brain of mine flickers. No real names are displayed I'm afraid, why bother?

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