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Found it ZGmen found Menomonee Falls Lime Kilns

Thursday, March 28, 2013Wisconsin

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We had a great time at the Kilns. The creek that runs along this area was really neat. The rock wall along the water must have taken a long time to be formed.
We took a picture of me at ground zero but when we got home, I saw that you could clearly read the answers the Earth puzzle in the back. If you want the proof I was there, I can send you it. Just send me an email, so I can, TFTEC.

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