Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Stevens Point
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After four hundred miles and about seven hours of driving we landed in Mosinee, WI. This park is like no other we've camped in! Being Labor Day weekend the 400 site campground is packed; there is a DJ at the pavilion about 300 feet from us! kids on bikes everywhere, golf carts zipping around, lots of beers being consumed and did I mention, we are next to the main road and boat ...
... Amish folk plowing fields with horses and riding buggies on the roads.
On Friday, we decided to tackle the Green Circle Trail in Stevens Point, a 26-mile walking/cycling trail that circles Stevens Point and two of it's suburbs, Whiting and Plover. Mike biked it, while Maggie and Braddock walked seven of the miles and we all met at the Hilltop Pub for lunch. It was a great workout for all, ...
... 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 ...
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We left there Monday lunch time, check out is 11.00 and drove over the Mackinac Bridge and from there, along the shores of Lake Michigan, to Menominee in Green Bay. Heading West into Wisconsin the country side was mostly farm land and small villages. As late afternoon approached we started looking for an 'anchor place’ for the night and ended up at the Lake Wissota State Park. It is a lovely camp site, in a ...
... butt moving and really pack. It's 10 at night now and I'm still not completely packed, but it's a work in progress right? We packed a lot for this excursion, but it's in my blood to be an over-packer. You never know when you're going to need the seemingly frivolous things. But when an emergency strikes, you can bet I'll be prepared with my stuffed luggage.
I am so excited ...