Days Inn Austin
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- Smoking rooms available
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- Microwave in room
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A Business Stop in Horicon, WI for a recycled crates company We were up at 6:30. Breakfast at Cracker Berrel ( no surprise there). Heading northwest to Wisconsin. We stopped at Kreilkamp Trucking, Inc. at 10 AM to meet with Dave (Smedly) Mullin and get a plant tour. They are also big time into refurbishing crates for John ...
We were up at 6am and had some breakfast with Monti before he headed for work. He was taking his time and it looked like he did not want to leave.
We all had a great time at Monti's and it was very hard to say goodbye. He is a beautiful person and opened his home and welcomed us as if we had been friends for years.
We finally waved Monti off to work and then packed the car and waited for the washing to finish before heading off.
We drove the I-90 ...
So the bearings on the axle blew again. Had the camper towed and will look at it in the morning. So far it looks like everything was caught in time and all is good but the bearings. More to follow tomorrow. Update: Consensus is the axle needs to be replaced. It will take about 10 days to get it in and will be covered by insurance. We grabbed a small hitch carrier to get ...
... catch you up. We had a couple of very good meals in Keystone, both at the same place; The Powder House Lodge. This was really the only place recommended to us by every local in town, including the front desk of our hotel. Well they were all right. We had two really good meals there and even found some good wines.
The first night we were there (with Mary's cousin Nancy) Mary and I both ordered the Walleye, sautéed in brown butter. One bite let us know South Dakota is ...
Left South Dakota at about 10 am, a day of traveling today. We rode through some really pretty countryside, lots of rolling green hills, cornfields and ranches. Such a lush green, very different from the western ranches we saw. In Minnesota we saw a lot of the power generating windmills, they are so huge! Arrived at the Yogi Bear campground in Austin, mn, did some laundry, and then had fun!! On to Wisconsin ...