Crockett's Resort Camping
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... formations along the banks of the River. There is a dam in the middle of the river that divides the river into the Upper Dells and the Lower Dells. We decided to go for a boat ride (the best way to see the Dells since the area is protected) to the Upper Dells.
It was a beautiful day and the boat ride was so relaxing. We stopped ...
... went out to eat at a great Italian restaurant...later on after dinner, we finished the evening at his trailer at Circus World watching random DVDs of clown gags that he owns. Definitely one of those evenings you wish would never end...socializing, relaxing, and laughing with friends while on the road is such a pick-me-up. Thank you!
It was raining on the way with lots of grey skies, but the ran stopped for a few pictures.
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... our teeth on the uphill and made it to the gas station on fumes. Clara was right there with us during the excitement but Serena asked us a few times to keep it down while she tried to sleep. In case you're wondering, we're getting about 11 miles to the gallon. Yikes! But no surprise. We didn't do anything today but drive and stop briefly at a few rest stops. But the girls did a great job and stayed occupied with some car games, talking about everything ...
... We had no big plans for Wisconsin Dells which was a nice change and spent most of our time just hanging out at the campground. They had a great sprinkler park and pool so the kids wanted to spend most of our time there. They also hung out at the playground, went to the game room, and did our usual biking. On a walk one evening we saw another Ontario license plate for the first time in ages. It turns out the family was from Brockville! Crazy!
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