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... It was only us and two crew on the sailboat. We headed south, made it around Horseshoe Island, and tacked back and forth in the increasing wind back to harbor. I'd asked how deep the keel went- 5 feet was the answer. At one point the captain say, "ok, we need to tack, we are quickly running out of real estate". I looked at the gage that tells us how deep the water is and it said ...
Beautiful sunrise this morning.
Main goal: Taleisin. We started out on Hwy PF from Sauk City to see some barn quilts and were not disappointed. Can't tell you why they intrigue me, but I love them. Then the stop at Natural Bridge state park. We had purchased the annual state park pass at Parfrey's Glen at the self service pay station. Or at least we got the envelope and wrote out ...
... lot, bundled up and got on the first available duck ride! Our young tour guide was named Zach and he was forced to tell corny jokes while we rode around the Wisconsin Dells on both land and water! But he made the hour long ride worth it with his wit and sarcasm (a little rehearsed...but still funny), It was a great tour and I'm glad we did it! Now we will drive all the way through Minnesota and into the Palisades State Park, South ...
... about the geology of the area, very different from what I'm more familiar with. While I didn't get too much out of this stop it was one piece of a puzzle. At some point in my life I've learned about the Wisconsin glaciation, but it was a whole new learning process to actually see it, such as the terminal moraine at Devil's Lake, drumlins and the kettle lakes. Then there ...
... interests in the circus. I'm sure the wagons would have been amazing had we had the time to see them.
We wandered around Baraboo for awhile, and decided to see if the Little Village Cafe was open. It was. We really enjoyed this little spot. Very friendly staff, good food. Russ had a cheese steak and I had some Moroccan dish. ...