Jesse's Historic Wolf River Lodge
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... was short, but it definitely did not disappoint. After rafting, we went zip lining back at the home base of Sean and Emmy's outfitters. Sean was not able to guide us on this adventure, as he had to guide a separate group, but we had our fun.
After saying our goodbyes to Sean and Emmy, we headed back to the cottage. The rest of the week was spent enjoying time with family, while having fun fishing, boating, and ...
We got to Crandon about 5pm and went to mom's. They were down by lake with Jacks sister Charlotte and her husband Hurley. Jazmyn Georgia Steve were there also. Had a nice dinner at Casino. Spent some time in hot tub with mom Georgia and Jaz. Went to casino and won at Blackjack...yippee.... Also sang Red Neck Woman Karaoke....after a couple bloody marys LOL.
Had a nice breakfast and then lunch with mom and family. Got to see a couple ...
... night while Anna was up using hotel wifi until about 2. I was awake before 5, and took video of dawn on the Wolf River rapids running beyond our balcony. Breakfast in room about 7.30, as have cooler full of leftovers. Made tea in microwave. Hit the road just after 9 -- had hoped to get morning coffee off the motel people but they weren't visible. Used satnav and headed west toward Minnesota.
up at 7 to pack for start of 6 weeks on the road. Had cereal and Pat's wild apples; cold showers! Said goodbye to Pat and she had omelette for us for 2nd breakfast. On road about 9.30 on back roads route from Sat Nav. Went through Clintonville so stopped at Ericson's Drugs for a magnifying glass. Found out where to get essential oils so went to Pam's in a beauty salon where Osterloth's Supermarket used to be (I went ...
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