Created by fitness trainer and life coach Dr. John Spencer Ellis and led by owner and certified fitness professional Doug Krueger, the Lake Country Adventure Boot Camp program shepherds women to physical fitness with motivational workout regimens and nutritional counseling. Before the camp starts, trainers take your measurements and body-fat percentage before hopping into a curious pod, leaping into the future, and comparing them to those of the trimmer post-camp you. In the interim, the four-week or three-day workout regimen cycles through circuit training, jogging, kickboxing, and yoga to surprise and challenge muscles. During winter months and unforeseen Renaissance festivals, sessions move to spacious indoor facilities.
Shoot the Moon Photography's trained artists specialize in preserving candid, natural moments on film. The 4,000-square-foot Mequon studio has more than 40 distinct shooting areas, and the Okauchee studio offers dozens more. Outdoor locations just steps away from each studio also offer ideal backdrops for scenic heirloom portraits. After the shoots, the digital team perfect portraits to ensure subjects look their best. Personalized ordering appointments provide a number of options, including wall art, Heirloom Albums, painted imagery and gifts.
Our mission is to save you the time you take each week shopping for groceries and household supplies. The average American spends 45 minutes twice a week shopping for the items they need to feed their family and run a household. If you would like to spend your time doing other things, this is the service for you!
We provide digital asset documentations for homeowners, businesses, rental properties, and legal professionals. We work with clients to create accurate inventories of all their assets. These are useful in insurance claims, business valuations, estate matters, tenant disputes, and many others. Free estimates!
Whether you're looking for a specialty cheese to pair with a bottle of aged Chianti from your cellar or dying to know the difference between a penne and a ballpoint, the friendly staff at Delafield Fine Foods will gladly guide your gastronomic gondola through the store's tributaries of authentic Italian treats. Lay the foundation for a leaning tower of groceries with a round of homemade pizza dough at the bottom of your shopping basket ($1.99), topped with a jar of all-natural house vodka sauce ($4.99), fresh mozzarella ($7.99 per pound), and Italian sausage from the butcher ($6.49 per pound). Fancy feasts can be made at home with the aid of dry-aged prime rib eye ($15.99 per pound), accompanied by fresh baked bread ($3.50). Popular pre-made sides from the deli counter include Italian tuna salad ($5.99 per pound) and Mediterranean tortellini salad ($6.99 per pound), which turn easy lunches into gourmet meals and already gourmet meals into Double Stuf gourmet meals.
One of the longest consecutive-stair challenges in America, Storm the Stadium invites racers to tackle a 3,000- or 6,000-stair course that crisscrosses Chicago's beloved U.S. Cellular Field. Groups of 350 racers launch every 10 seconds beginning at 8 a.m., spurred on by pumping music and fueled by samples of food or drink from vendors. Climbers can also opt to purchase more food and alcoholic beverages from the stadium's concession stands. In addition to individual participants, elite racing teams also make the climb; the team with the best average time earns a first-place finish and a thumbs up from a guy who once saw Buzz Aldrin at a mall. Storm the Stadium?s organizers help interested participants raise money for charities of their choice through race pledges.