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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). ...
... for their farmland and were growing huge windmills along with their corn!
We stopped for dinner at a Perkins where we decided instead of going all the way to South Dakota, we would stop in Luverne for the night. Mom was a bit road weary and ready for a stretch and a good night's sleep.
Our total mileage for today was 386 miles. Tomorrow we're heading for the Western side of South Dakota! We'll see if we get there!
... back to the hotel around 4pm to change and head out for dinner. We went back to Wisconsin Dells and had dinner at Buffalo Phil's. It was a big place very near to Great Wolf Lodge and as you walked in it looked like a huge lodge. Our drinks were brought to us by a large electric train. Those servers must love their job! Dad wants to run the train if we ever open a restaurant. Toward the end of our meal (which was quite delicious) the train ran around ...
... br> in the morning. Since I'm typing this we can assume we did but we
need to get that looked at in case there's a leak.
We drove from the campground and saw an
Outlet Mall so thought we'd stop for an hour since it was almost
lunchtime. Four hours later we surfaced. Time seemed to be on a
different dimension or at least it sucked a few hours that we didn't
realise. But there ...
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 ...