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I arrived at Mum's after storing Tag,
the trailer, up north; just in time to file income taxes. Then
started searching for a light tripping canoe for the summer
adventures. Finally ended up with a 16'5' fifty-two pound Kevlar
Langford Nahani – bright red; best news was I could afford it
(almost a steal at one-third the price of a new one). ...
... a real treat when it
costs less than $100. This stalling allowed Cindy to catch up; I was
only five minutes ahead by the time we reached her land.
After hand-sawing a wind-downed Balsam,
we got Tag backed onto its spot by the lake for the next nine days.
The weather was really nice for two days but then changed to cold
with rain (and a little snow) ...
... stop in Butternut, I turned off on the rural road" "F" which began a winding, curvy ride into the heavily wooded Turtle Flambeau Flowage region. This area was created in 1926 by the building of a dam, resulting in the 12,942 acre Turtle Flambeau Lake and numerous smaller lakes that are the fishing meccas of Wisconsin. As I got deeper into the woods, the mosquitoes smelled ...
Chuck wanted to see his Uncle Ron and he was going to be at his cabin on Lake Muskelunge. We had no idea where it was or the address but we used the iPad and drove around until we found a sign by the road. So, we surprised them. Had a great Wisconsin dinner with Brats, burgers and fresh apple pie. It was great to see them!
Uncle Tommy and Aunt Claudia are next in Portage, Wi
Drove to northern Wisconsin to Upper North Woods campground. Just beautiful. ************e in park-self registration. Loons, beaver huts, all quiet on and around Clear Lake. Biked into pretty Minoaqua, a town about 6 miles away. People vacation here from Illinois-mainly Chicago. Healthy economy. Resort area. Stayed 2 nights. ...