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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... whoops, calling it a little close there I would say. Anyway, two of the most wonderful hours of the trip. It was blustery, but we were having so much fun we didn't notice the cold.
Still in awe of our boat ride we drove around Peninsula Park. We climbed the tower, tried hard to not notice the swaying at the top, but loved the views and being able to see where ...
... of dust, cobwebs and dead bugs and moths abounding. Not to mention the strong urine smells in the main room so much so that staying to look at the exhibits required some long breaths. Not the best Wisconsin.
We still had time, so while we waited out the rainstorm that had come up we had some desert at the Taliesin Visitor Center restaurant overlooking the Wisconsin River.... I ...
... to keep us moving. There was no relaxing on this trip. It took us a little bit of effort to work together, and for me to learn what I needed to do to help get us where we wanted to go, but in the end we were a good team and had a fantastic time. It is something we've never done before and we enjoyed the scenery of the rocks and cliffs and late summer flowers. The birds ...
... and they were leaving as we arrived. This is a beautiful little canyon with lots to enjoy starting with a walk through that deciduous forest. I was disappointed I had forgotten so many of the trees, recognizing only a few. Then the layers of rock and the trickle of the stream, saw a turtle and a snake, heard the birds. We made it to the waterfall and sat and enjoyed the area ...
... recent storm had increased the water level by 5 ft and we were unable to go through the Narrows which was disappointing. But we are still in awe of how much water it would take to raise that huge area by 5 ft. A little incomprehensible for people who come from an area where the average is 11 inches of rain a year. Utah is known for its slot canyons, but no one told me Wisconsin has some as well. Witch's Gulch is a ...