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... that first to start off slowly. After going around the lazy river once, we got off and went on these "racer" slides that you went down face first and had a little sled (nothing steep, so my mom did it twice and had a blast!). After that, I decided to go on the steep slides - one was a steep drop and then had a loop-de-loop and was enclosed (blue slide), while the other one was a straight drop (red slide)! I did the blue slide twice before I tried the red one! Both were fun, but ...
... salad and had a bit of Sarah's Caprese sandwich She said it was awesome!
After lunch we perused the meat case and picked out some meats to add to our picnic cooler. They had a great array of cheeses as well but we had enough of those so didn't buy cheese there.
We got back on 90 West and after about a half hour a very interesting group of rocks were seen on the right side of the highway. There was an ...
... The Black Anaconda (water coaster) had broken down a bit before the family got there so that remains on the "next round" list if we ever come back. The humans reported taking in a number of water rides before getting some munchies. They took in the 4D Dive In experience then headed back to the rides. Sarah and Dad's favorite was The Scorpion. Paul's favorite was the The Big Kahuna (the wave pool) and Mom's favorite was The Stingray.
June 25th – Day 52
Travel day today. We didn't get away
until almost 11am after a sleep in. It was hot last night so tossing
and turning meant we didn't wake up until after 8am. Eggs for
breakfast and groceries and then we headed Southeast, towards
We stopped near Baraboo, Wisconsin
at Fox Hill RV Park and Campground. This is a great one with a ...
... dog jumping
to Stand Rock and that dog is still doing it now. Seaman was allowed on the tour boat and we
took a ride through the upper dells with a couple of stops for short walks at
Stand Rock and Witches Gulch. We
didn’t get done until about 4 pm and it turned out to be too late to find a
State Park or campground that wasn’t already full or reserved so we headed
south about 15 miles to Devils Lake ...