Country Inn By Carlson, Decorah, IA
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the Wisconsin River joins the Mississippi River. There are huge bluffs along both sides and the views are amazing. The Wisconsin River is in the foreground running along the bottom of the picture. The Mississippi is way in the back, not such a big river up here, before the Missouri and Ohio Rivers join up. Just behind the Wisconsin River is sort of a marshy delta area. If you click on the photo ...
I had a long clinic day yesterday, so I had to finish packing this morning. I got up at seven, got ready, finished packing, and loved on Sophie. How do animals always know you're leaving them? I got going by nine and grabbed a McDonald's breakfast sandwich. I had some road rage leaving Decorah. An old lady hit her brakes in front of me just because a wide load semi was coming towards us and then later couldn't get over into the slow lane. I made good time up ...
... to this area/Mississippi via the Wisc river down from Upper Peninsula. Breathtaking view from our campsite which was perched high atop the bluff! I made Jim chock the wheels for ease of mind. Awesome park. $14 night with no electric.
... Further down the land had been cleared and and large farms were plenty. I did not see any cows until almost the end of the day when I saw a large dairy farm with several barns full of cows. On the Wisconsin car license plate it says 'The Dairy State' .
The road I traveled on was a 55l mph 2 laner. Slowing down occasionally to pass through small towns averaging 700 people. The Mississippi for the most part was in sight and ...
Earthen effigy mounds began to appear 1,400 years ago, and were possibly religious sites or clan symbols used in seasonal ceremonies. Some show evidence of fire, probably ceremonial, in the mound's head, heart, or flank. Some mounds are burial sites. Some ...