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Two weeks, five states, two thousand miles, fifteen ice cream stops, ten Mad Libs stories, and only ____ (make your guess in the comments below) arguments later we've made it back home. We ended our vacation on Sunday with a few of our favorite things: family worship service, breakfast out, shopping, Happy Meal supper, and an evening of candlelit reading. Today, Monday, was vacation catch up day. The girls ...
We left mosquito campground this morning at 9 am. Lots of folks were leaving at the same time as us --- it's too bad. The folks that own the campground are so nice, the campground is real nice if it wasn't for the mosquitos. We are taking the scenic route to Wisconsin versus the highways. This way we'll be able to see a lot more along the way. We passed the UP State Fairgrounds in Escanaba and a couple of race tracks along the way through ...
Correction on yesterday's post, we are in Haugen, Wisconsin at a campground called Northwood Shores.
Today's activities include the always exciting grocery shopping and cleaning the house. Yay!
Mike tried some fishing but didn't catch anything. Still a nice ...
We knew it was going to rain again today but we didn't know about how much flooding they were expecting in Minnesota. Luckily for us it was in the twin cities, not where we were, but we weren't going to take any chances anyway.
Mike took the dogs for a run before we headed out. He found out why they have a leash law. The dogs found a doe and fawn and took off after them. The deer got separated from each other just as easily as he got separated from the dogs. Chasing ...
... drove west on Highway 8 - a lonely road but a good one, dotted with a number of unincorporated communities that seem to simply slow the speed down a couple notches very briefly and often a gas station is the only open business and some small towns showing populations of 92 to 3400 or so. We ended our day in Chetek, Wisconsin in a lovely campground on the Chetek River. There are mosquitoes but not nearly ...