Washington Island Camping Retreat
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... special "Willie G." exhibition now underway, and then had a special "Backroads" tour in the museum that included a guided visit to their "archives".
The main building is comprised of two floors plus the "Archives". The main floor houses everything HD since World War II and the second floor holds everything prior, back to 1903. The self-guided tour actually starts on the second floor and right ...
... Being a Sunday we drove into the city and found a parking spot near to the river which has a walk on both sides. There are also sculptures along the walk, including the most photographghed spot in Milwaukee which is a statue of the Fonz. We watched the small pleasure boats going through the raised bridges and had a beer and mojito at a micro brewery.
Off to find a camp spot and ended up at the State fairgrounds. Today was the last day of a huge music festival called Summerset.
... stopped by the pub. When I left that first evening she told me to drive carefully, with the warning that "the deer are moving". Not something I generally worry about, but I was glad she mentioned it because they were indeed out and about,lurking by the side of the road. It's very rural out here.
Door County has two sides, the Bay side and the 'Quiet' side (or Lake side). Baileys Harbor, our home for the last few days, is on the Quiet Side. The ...
... getting into the Model UN lingo, but after we had the verbals down it got really interesting!
However, by the second day we would have impressed everyone back home! After speeches, resolutions, and extremem notepassing (yes... note passing) we were getting things done!
Constantly hearing "I YIELD MY TIME TO THE ...
... were pain free and took a couple of minutes of handing over the passports and saying what we doing - pretty amazing crossing countries by bike!
It was then a fairly hot and boring run up the Interstate to Muskegon (405 miles/ 650km) but we had to make sure that we made the 16.45 ferry otherwise the next one was at 23.00.
Got on and strapped the ...