BEST WESTERN Quiet House & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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On to Door County Bakery. I didn't realize it was so far out of town, or we might have stopped in Fish Creek first. But the food there was fantastic. We got the quiche to go, plus some other yummy stuff and we managed not to spend too much. We took our food and headed south to Cave Point SP. Of course going the direct route we missed Bailey's Harbor.... oh well. ...
... seeing some sandhill cranes along the way. The walk to the arch is up the hill so I went alone. The hillside at one point was covered in poison ivy. First time I've really seen it. Viewing an arch covered with lichen and moss and trees and in a wooded glen is a little different for me. Being right on the edge of the driftless area the rock was not eroded by the glaciers and is very old. Somehow ...
Too cloudy today for a good sunrise. It was going to be a long trip today so we headed out early. Canoeing and Cheese were the main goals.
First stop was the MidContinent Railroad museum in North Freedom. I'm not much for trains, so this was a quick stop, interesting for a train buff I'm sure. Next was Ableman's Gorge and Heise Rock. It has been fun to learn a ...
... the recommendation!
We stopped at Pewit's nest on the way back. Different landscape from Parfrey's Glen, but again a very nice slot canyon, didn't stay long, it felt more ominous to me. Forevertron was closed. From the few items on display out front it looked intriguing. It was not open again while we were in the area so missed out. The day couldn't have gone any better, it was ...
... out here. It was wonderful to see it with a forest above and moss on the walls. Loved it. The boat also stopped at the Standing Rock where the dock was mostly underwater. After a short introduction a german shephard took a leap across the gap. It didn't look hard for him at all, just like he was merely walking. All in all a great choice of tours for us.
Thanks to a recommendation we ...