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... Wright told him to move the desk.
Also near Spring Green is Tower Hill Park. In the 1800s, Wisconsin was a major supplier of lead - there were lead mines all over southwest Wisconsin. The miners would dig a tunnel into the side of the hill looking for lead and then actually live in their tunnels until they could build a proper house, so they were called badgers. That's why ...
... We found my bag and I got to cuddle my puppies. We headed to the car to take Kyle home.
Kyle and Dad opened their gifts from me in the car because I didn't know which one was which, so they just opened them. We dropped Kyle off at about 1am and headed home. I was so tired that I slept with my head in the dog bed all the way home. Mom was trying to talk to me, but that just wasn't working because my brain was too tired to function.
Drove through rolling countrysides to the Wyalusing State campground on the confluence/bluff of the Wisconsin River and the Mississippi-unbelievable site. The bluff overlooks the city of Prairie Du Chien (sheen). The first white man (French) took ...
Further on up the mountain was the actual shrine to Our Lady. The shrine is a modern building with stunning statues, paintings and stained glass windows. I arrived just in time for the afternoon
devotions which drew me in with saying the of Rosary and to my surprise included the Eucharistic adoration. I have included samples pictures I took at of both Shrines.
Onwards tomorrow and we'll see what adventures are to come! ...
... hold that the bear is the guardian of earth and the bird the guardian of the sky. Perhaps the mounds were a means of connecting the people to the land and their spirit world and ancestors. The monument contains 2,526 acres with 195 mounds, of which 31 are ...
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