Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Wausau
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... road with the trees trying to encroach and reclaim it. After about 10 km we stopped near another little lake and got out to look around, Hells bells we where attacked by Mosquito's instantly. In the van, turned around and out of that Forrest we where. On we drove, to a village called Osage, they had a lovely picnic spot with roofed over tables and restrooms situated next to a river. We tested the air – no Mosquito’s. Dinner was prepared under the roof as ...
... with all amenities and very private sites. Dinner was prepared on the camp fire and after sitting around the fire till late we retired. As usual we left our cooler outside, but this time there must have been Raccoons around, as this morning when we woke up our cooler was on the floor lying on it’s side. Our left over curry was spoiled and the Cheddar Cheese was gone. Luckily there was not much in as we shop for a few days only. Lesson ...
Dasher is dying to get at those squirrels! We had to lock her in to stop her from trying to chase them.
Most of the campers have gone home and we have the pool to ourselves! We are taking a pool day. No photos of this will be posted so that you don't have to go have your brains scrubbed or your eyes burned out of your head from having to see me in a bathing suit. ...
... from there, the go-karts, roller coasters, mini golf, etc... Now the entire town is a theme park. It's like living in Disneyland with camp grounds.
The dogs are in heaven because there are lots of squirrels. Dash REALLY wants to catch one!
Oh yea, did I tell you about the trains?? Uh huh, every few hours a train goes right next to our camp. It shakes the whole coach. The have all been over 125 cars long. Yay! Hopefully they will stop running at ...
We got out of Rochester a little late, but headed north again, and a little east. We crossed the Mississippi River at Wabasha, MI, then headed north into Wisconsin. We pulled into Durand, WI on the shores of the Chippewa River and found a pleasant bar and grill called the Thirsty Catfish with a great deck outside overlooking the river and a decent selection of Wisconsin brewed ...