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... br> Ten days passes too quickly; I scooted
back across the border so I can re-enter the USA just before their
November Turkey day to begin the Snowbird migration for more
Everglades fun (and volunteering).
Killbear Provincial Park will be my
last stop to winterize Tag...
Tidbits from Gooch's:
- Chicken was served at the Boulder
Junction annual ...
... 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 ...
After a restful night at the KOA, Maura drove me back to the route as the sun peeked over the horizon. I pedaled out of the Lac Courte Oreille Indian Reservation, zipping past their modest casino this morning, leaving the dairy barns and cornfields behind as I criss crossed my way on Wisconsin's ABC roads to reach Route 77. This scenic ...
... on to Wakefield a further 2 hours on where we found an overnight camping place on the Sunday Lake. It was a really sweet place with power for hook ups and water taps. It was just before 11 before we were finally ready to call it a in night along with 4 other vehicles already parked there. Today we drove just over 1200kms even with a boarder ...
... overwhelmed them. And, it put us behind another hour today.
Fourth stop - Sable Falls, also very beautiful.
Fifth stop - Miner's castle -my favorite stop. Overlook at the painted rocks cove. Gorgeous also.
We had 170 miles to go to get to Ironwood, so we had to boogie! Made it to the hotel at around 2000 hours (1900 local with the time change).
Approx. 400 miles ...