La Quinta Inn & Suites Stevens Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and types mmmmmm cheese!!! I then went to the Rudolph grotto and gardens, beautiful fall colours but a bit spooky as not a sign of any other person! Went out for dinner with Doug and his daughter at father fats great tapas bar and discovered a cool Napa wine "sexual chocolate" gonna try and get some of this to bring home over the ...
... Luckily Appleton airport was actually on the way to Stevens point so Andy picked up rental car once he arrived and collected me on the way. Then an hours drive to Ki mobility, had a look around the factory and at some new designs, back tomorrow for marketing. Had a lovely dinner with Alan who Andy has known for ever, used to work with mike Dempsey both when we were at Thompsons nearly 20 years ...
After four hundred miles and about seven hours of driving we landed in Mosinee, WI. This park is like no other we've camped in! Being Labor Day weekend the 400 site campground is packed; there is a DJ at the pavilion about 300 feet from us! kids on bikes everywhere, golf carts zipping around, lots of beers being consumed and did I mention, we are next to the main road and boat ...
... Amish folk plowing fields with horses and riding buggies on the roads.
On Friday, we decided to tackle the Green Circle Trail in Stevens Point, a 26-mile walking/cycling trail that circles Stevens Point and two of it's suburbs, Whiting and Plover. Mike biked it, while Maggie and Braddock walked seven of the miles and we all met at the Hilltop Pub for lunch. It was a great workout for all, ...
Wed 26 June 2014
We carried on thru Wisconsin but on the spur of a moment we decided to make a little detour north, to the Smoky Hills. Michelle found a State Forrest that sounded interesting. This whole area is covered with many Lakes large and small, but one hardly travels for a couple of miles without seeing water. The main village is called Detroit Lakes which lies on a very large lake. We passed thru there and later found the sign for our Forrest. It was a ...