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Yesterday was a fairly busy day. Once again there were seminars and shopping going on. We have spent some money this week getting some things we "just couldn't live without!" And yesterday morning they all showed up about the same time. First we had some covers made for the tires. Yes we had some we had purchased from Camping World which fit over the tires, but it was very difficult to put them on, so we had some made that just ...
... about things you can do with computers, tablets, and smartphones. Their topic was about using Google Maps to plan your trips. Some of the things I already do, but did pick up a few tips. Now we'll see if I can figure out how to use them when I get ready.
Yesterday evening we went out to dinner with two of the couple from Renegades. Went to Texas Roadhouse, but we were smart and split a dinner. So that not only saved us some money, but we didn't eat as ...
We arrived in De Forest, Wisconsin yesterday. The KOA is really nice and there are virtually no bugs which is a welcome relief. This campground is about 9 miles north of Madison which is the state capital. This morning we had a thunderstorm come through but now in the afternoon the sun is out and it is beautiful. Unfortunately it is 84 degrees but ...
... have with animals, but it wasn't so focused.
The state capitol building in Madison is the second biggest outside Washington DC and stands like an X marking the middle of the ithsmus. The inside dome is reportedly the biggest in the country depending on how you measure it. It certainly stood out as the biggest building in downtown and was very detailed in its architecture and decorations. We took the 2pm tour and joined a quite large group and toured through 4 ...
On the eastern side of Minnesota and in Wisconsin, we started to go by hardwood forests. I know there are oak and maple trees, but I have no idea what the rest of them are except plentiful. The thick growth of trees is so dense in some places that you couldn't crawl through them. It's beautiful, for sure.
It is so obvious, traveling through these states, that water is the life blood of the earth. Minnesota is the "Land of 10,000 ...