Whispering Waters Bed & Breakfast
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... had a fun two person tube ride and my mom really enjoyed it - which is saying something because she hates rides! We went on that ride twice. We then went inside and did two of the slides inside, which my mom didn't enjoy as much because they were dark and you couldn't see the tunnel. I then went on the Black Hole Ride, which was similar to the Hurricane in that it is one of their major attractions and there was about a 15 minute wait. I really enjoyed the Black Hole ride (more so ...
... 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 ...
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 ...