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... part was at the top before the slide started. You step on a platform, and then the ride attendant presses a button, and in 3-2-1, the platform drops and you are sliding down! I think I would have enjoyed the ride more if the platform hadn't vanished beneath my feat!
Anyways, after going on those slides a few times, we went over to Lake Wilderness Outdoor Waterpark and Wild West Waterpark, which are right next to each other (one is outdoors and one is indoors). ...
... The tour boats were crazy. They definitely strove to provide an element of thrill for their passengers. They did a high-speed donut in the river in front of us. It made for some nice waves to make the kids feel like they were at the ocean for a spell.
We headed West from here and stopped for lunch at the Log Cabin Deli and Cheese Shop. It was a beautiful store with awesome subs made from local meats and cheeses. Mom got ...
... 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 ...
... to be had. I bought a jacket down
from $158 to $39.98 and two tops, one from $90 to $10 and one from
$70 to $15. Was worth going in to save $243. I have hardly spent
anything on myself so it felt like a nice treat to get some new
clothes that weren't from Walmart.
Speaking of which, stopped at Delafield
for the night, Walmart again. Thank you for a flat place to park
... Minneapolis area.
The first lock and dam I saw was near the town of Alma. Eventually I had to head east from the river near
Onalaska and took I90 towards the Wisconsin River Dells.
I first visited the Wisconsin Dells when I was about 4 or5. I think it was 1954 or 1955 when my parents
took us along with my mom’s parents. I
only know I was there because of some slides my father took on the
vacation. He ...