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Sorry I haven't posted sooner - the wifi is spotty here in Wisconsin Dells (or more at our hotel), so I am posting from my mom's computer instead.
Yesterday, we left Minneapolis at around 11am and, with a short stop for lunch, made it to Wisconsin Dells for 3:15pm. We checked into our hotel at the Wilderness Hotel and it was safe to say we were quite overwhelmed by the size and scope of Wilderness! The Resort can hold up to 10,000 people and has at least 5 water parks ...
... first stop today was the Wisconsin Dells Natural Area. There was a trail that took us down to the river. It had some beautiful views of the rocks and cliffs. There was also a lot of sand so Dad & the Kids went down to get their feet wet. I don't like water much so Mom and I stayed back to take pictures. The rocks were amazing and we were blessed with a beautiful day of sunshine instead of the forecast rain and clouds. ...
... blowing bubbles on everyone. I'm guessing that the increase in the number of children seated around the track had something to do with that.
From here we headed out in hopes of finding a trail where we could hike to the gorge and view the canyon before the thunderstorms let loose. Unfortunately, we were not able to beat the storms so we returned to the hotel.
We didn't put many miles on today but we definitely fed the fun meter for this ...
... wonder if we would have a middle of the night emergency. We sort of
did. The carbon monoxide monitor kept going off. We had no gas on and
sometimes cleaning products and aftershave etc... can set it off. This
was midnight though so we checked all the gas and couldn't find
anything. It went off every 2 minutes so we cracked open the windows
(rain had stopped by now) and disconnected it and prayed we'd ...
June 19, 2015
From Minneapolis I headed south looking for the best way to
follow the Mississippi River. I
crossed the river at the town of Prescott WI and then followed the Wisconsin
Great River Road along the river for about 120 miles. It was a great backroad tour through small
towns, the river valley, and by the locks and dams that mark this stretch of
the river. The river/reservoirs are
wide now compared ...