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Correction on yesterday's post, we are in Haugen, Wisconsin at a campground called Northwood Shores.
Today's activities include the always exciting grocery shopping and cleaning the house. Yay!
Mike tried some fishing but didn't catch anything. Still a nice ...
... and over a fence and into a stream. He finally found them...okay, they found him, but...anyway, the deer are safe and so were Mike and the girls. I don't think he will be letting them off the leash again for a while.
We went through downtown Duluth in a big wind and rain storm. Down streets we had no business hauling our 50 feet of fiberglass. When we finally found our way off to the Bob Dylan Roadway we found the highway we needed to get into Wisconsin. Unfortunately ...
... drove west on Highway 8 - a lonely road but a good one, dotted with a number of unincorporated communities that seem to simply slow the speed down a couple notches very briefly and often a gas station is the only open business and some small towns showing populations of 92 to 3400 or so. We ended our day in Chetek, Wisconsin in a lovely campground on the Chetek River. There are mosquitoes but not nearly ...
The St. Croix River and a tributary called the Namekagon was one of the eight rivers set aside for protection by the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968. As one of the original eight, the St. Croix is the only one managed by the NPS. The riverway provides 252 miles of ...
... it a day. Dalbo MN > Minneapolis MN, 51 miles, day 28 The ride out of town this morning followed the Gateway Trail out of Minneapolis via St Paul. A beautifully paved bike path for 30 miles through lakes and hills climbing slowly out of the Mississippi River valley. Minnesota is the most bike friendly state I have visited; I have ridden more than 150 miles of bike path nowhere near roads, seeing sights only visible from the path. Wisconsin is putting on a good show as ...