FairBridge Inn & Suites
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... a peacock and take a look at the side stand in the pictures - incredible. She insists I have a photo on the back of the bike with her. Great thanks Diane. Everybody we speak to in America are so friendly.
At Prescott we are also reunited with the mississippi river which we follow all the way to La Crosse. There is a great railway swing bridge across the river at Prescott.
We reluctantly have ...
... are in a state like Wisconsin. The torture museum was only a mile or 2 off the road we were on. One mile from our destination, BOOM, you're in some sort of cheese curd, waterpark, tourist mecca. A 2-3 mile long strip of chachki shops, bathing suits, and Ripley's Beleive It or Nots, sneaks up on you real fast after you haven't seen anything more exciting than a non-red barn for the last 2 hours.
We parked, found our torture ...
Sat -Rained last night in Freeport IL. Cool wet and over cast this morning. We hit the road around 7 am heading for Merrimac Ferry. The Ferry closes over the Wisconsin River back and forth every half hour or so 24/7. It holds about 15 cars and it follows 3 cables as it cross. I wanted to get to the Ferry from the south and cross over to the north side to head for Baraboo. But I came in from the North so we crossed ...
Got up at 5 am today to finish packing the car. Meeting Dave P in Minnetonka Mill to head over to the Pancake breakfast at Poles place. Jim Batman got there. Dave drove with Andrea and Russell and we all had a good breakfast. At 10 we took pictures and were on the road by 10:15. We stopped in Prescott Wisc. then drove down the Wisc. side to Red Wing and then switched to the Mn side. At Lake City we stopped for gas. Wabasha was ...
... Center, and checked out the Mound artifacts at the little museum, and we were talking to the ranger while getting our National Parks Passports stamped. She suggested we should take the short walk to see the 3 mounds around the corner, and that there was a half-mile hike down to the yellow river bird sanctuary that we shouldn't miss. It was really quite beautiful, and as we reached the end of the hike, we actually saw ...