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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Chuck wanted to see his Uncle Ron and he was going to be at his cabin on Lake Muskelunge. We had no idea where it was or the address but we used the iPad and drove around until we found a sign by the road. So, we surprised them. Had a great Wisconsin dinner with Brats, burgers and fresh apple pie. It was great to see them!
Uncle Tommy and Aunt Claudia are next in Portage, Wi
Drove to northern Wisconsin to Upper North Woods campground. Just beautiful. ************e in park-self registration. Loons, beaver huts, all quiet on and around Clear Lake. Biked into pretty Minoaqua, a town about 6 miles away. People vacation here from Illinois-mainly Chicago. Healthy economy. Resort area. Stayed 2 nights. ...
... Had to take a photo of course and send to Sara to torture her and Rob. Stopped in for a beer and a burger - nice place. Spent some time looking for a camping spot Sara told us about. Once JD figured out what a canoe slide was.... we found the spot on very pretty Lost Canoe ...
... for mom. On the way! Came upon Canyon Falls and Canyon roadside park. So glad we stopped. Short hike in to a beautiful falls of the Sturgeon River. Took lots of pictures - such a pretty area. One more note for Bishop Baraga in the city of Baraga. Shrine off the road to the bishop with a 60 ft. statue of the bishop on the bluff overlooking the city. Short stop here. Continued on in search ...
... access in cafes and restaurants. Camp 28 had WiFi, and I'm currently at the Frosted Mugin Rib Lake doing this blog after a nice breakfast. In a short while I will continue north along 13 with stops in Ogema (highest point in Wisconsin) and Phillips, which boasts a collection of interesting sculptures. I will keep you posted. Later photos will follow, I hope. Anyway, here goes....!