Let us begin. Welcome to the Chicago-land area. You’ve probably heard it called the windy city? This is true but not because it’s windy but because of our politicians. As we get started, Today we are only going to see the tip of the iceberg in the amount of time we are given. Hopefully in the future we’ll have a chance to have another session where we can explore some more. I love my town and I can’t wait to share it with you. I’ve traveled all over the world and while traveling away and visiting other countries I realized I had not taken advantage of what is in my own back yard. Chicago has so many points of interest you could stay busy for a year going to all of them.
First stop is Chicago’s finest Lincoln Park Zoo. Here you can visit with the animals. No touching or feeding please. They are well taken care of. For the children there is a petting zoo you can visit later if you like.I’ve always loved the cats. I think they are beautiful creatures. Next we are going to go to the Lincoln Park Conservatory since it right next door to the zoo. If you like gardening, you’ll love the not only the flowers but the creative ideas you can get here.Let’s continue across the street to the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. There you will experience live butterflies and birds flying around you and then reptiles which are in their own environments. As we continue, We’ll head over to the Museum district where you can look North West over Lake Michigan and see one of the most beautiful lake fronts there is in the world. Next time you join me we can stop at all the Museums not to mention Soldiers Field which is the Home of the Chicago Bears. As we head out of the city just a little bit we’ll stop at the Garfield Conservatory where they have 3 big greenhouses. Tropical rain forest, seasonal, and Desert. These are a brief description but there actually is so much more to see. Inside and out.We have one more stop today and it will be the to the Orchids By Hausermann Greenhouses just West of the city. They are the biggest Orchid seller in the State. If you like orchids, you are going to love this place. Thank you for letting me be your tour guide today. It’s been a blast. I hope you all come back again some time. Have safe travels home.
Definitely multifaceted. I think I can safely say I have many talents and perspectives to to share. If I were to make just one business card I could easily put Mother, doctor, photographer, Problem solver, nutritionist, dog sitter, Janitor, plumber, electrician, HVAC,, Realtor, business owner, Chemist, Rocket Scientist, Oh wait there's not enough room. Let's just say, I'm jack of many trades because I'm not afraid to try. I didn't say I was the best at all but I did say I try my best.
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