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Wed 26 June 2014
We carried on thru Wisconsin but on the spur of a moment we decided to make a little detour north, to the Smoky Hills. Michelle found a State Forrest that sounded interesting. This whole area is covered with many Lakes large and small, but one hardly travels for a couple of miles without seeing water. The main village is called Detroit Lakes which lies on a very large lake. We passed thru there and later found the sign for our Forrest. It was a ...
... 8217;s what we did.
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 ...
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. ...
Today started with fog, then sun, then RAIN, then sun again. Whats with these bi-polar states that can't make up their minds? If you don't like the weather, wait 20 minutes, it will change. Sheesh!
Welcome to The Dells, Wisconsin, the Water Park and Go-Kart Capitals of the WORLD!
This started off as a place to come and see the beautiful rock formations along the Wisconsin River back in the 1800's. Then In the mid-late 1900's it became a water park ...
... was, in fact, located in Wausau. So we reversed path again and headed back to Wausau, found our park and got settled in.
The campground area was not officially open yet as they had multiple water line breaks due to their bad winter (sub-ground freezing down to 12'), but as long as we didn't need water, we were welcome to stay. So we did.
Tomorrow's another day.