Hickory Ridge Bed, Breakfast & Bridle
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This new adventure started at 7am with some donuts and a lot of packing still left to do. Thank goodness Mom was there to save the day, like always. She helped me pack and Dad bought donuts and we were out the door at 9am ready to head to Madison.
After picking up Kyle, we went to the airport, dogs included of course, to get going on this adventure. Unfortunately, my bag was a beast at 60lbs. Like always, saying good bye is always the toughest, so ...
... on a hook. Tim showed me the basics of flinging the rod. I stabbed my first worm on to the hook and I was away. Rod in the river and then it was a waiting game. The singers found it funny how I threw it in & then was like "well is that it" lol! After a few minutes Tim caught his first fish. Then about ten minutes later who catches one, only me!!! With a bit of squealing with excitement id reeled that baby in. It was a fish called a sheeps ...
... road we got to the cabin. Such a tranquil area (with no wifi, I don't know how I'm going to survive!) going to go for a run to the bar down the street and steal wifi! Wendy's brother and his wife & daughter also met us at the cabin. We all had drinks and nibbles on the deck having a chat then we went to see there cabin being renovated down the road slightly. They have some amazing views from there's as its down the river a bit more. Caught a ...
... thought we might stay there but changed mind and decided to head for Dubuque - on the Mississippi. that was not such a good idea as we could not find a motel on the road we were taking.
Had planned to have an early finish but it was not to be. decided to head for Prairie du Chien and look for dinner on the way. It was after 5.30. Passed through Luxemberg thinking it might be a place for a meal being on the crossway ...
... it bigger you can see better.
This is the Mississippi just below where the Wisconsin enters.
After lunch we realized we'd better head back if we wanted to be in time for dinner. We passed through Spring Green on the Wisconsin River which is where Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliessen is located. We actually had planned to tour his house but they want $50 per ...