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... thought we might stay there but changed mind and decided to head for Dubuque - on the Mississippi. that was not such a good idea as we could not find a motel on the road we were taking.
Had planned to have an early finish but it was not to be. decided to head for Prairie du Chien and look for dinner on the way. It was after 5.30. Passed through Luxemberg thinking it might be a place for a meal being on the crossway ...
... it bigger you can see better.
This is the Mississippi just below where the Wisconsin enters.
After lunch we realized we'd better head back if we wanted to be in time for dinner. We passed through Spring Green on the Wisconsin River which is where Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliessen is located. We actually had planned to tour his house but they want $50 per ...
I had to wait for my carry on to come up so that I could go find my big suitcase. There wasn't enough room so our carry ons had to go under the plane. I grabbed mine and half ran to go to the baggage claim. When I came down the escalator, I saw mom, dad, Kyle, and the puppies. I wanted to push the people in front of me out of the way so that I could get down there. It was great seeing them, even though it was midnight and I was exhausted and ready to sleep at ...
Drove through rolling countrysides to the Wyalusing State campground on the confluence/bluff of the Wisconsin River and the Mississippi-unbelievable site. The bluff overlooks the city of Prairie Du Chien (sheen). The first white man (French) took ...
... Further down the land had been cleared and and large farms were plenty. I did not see any cows until almost the end of the day when I saw a large dairy farm with several barns full of cows. On the Wisconsin car license plate it says 'The Dairy State' .
The road I traveled on was a 55l mph 2 laner. Slowing down occasionally to pass through small towns averaging 700 people. The Mississippi for the most part was in sight and ...