Days Inn Portage
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... and passed a pizza placed called Moose Jaw. Their delivery cars are what is unique about them, they each have a moose lying on top.
By this time the meeting was over and we returned to pick up the other couple because we were going to ride the DUCKs. DUCKs are vehicles from WW II which can run on the road and in water. Bob & I have experienced the DUCKs in Branson, MO several years ago, but the rest of the group had never been in one, ...
... Kris because earlier I thought my laptop was dead. This morning I turned it on to read my email and after about 2 minutes, the screen went black. the lights went out and absolutely nothing else happened. Kris said hers does that sometimes and she takes out the battery and the computer resets itself and starts to work. So I removed the battery for several seconds, put it back in and lo and behold, it is working again. I didn't think about ...
... of where we need to go on Monday. While we were on the way there, we received a phone call from FMCA in Cincinnati informing us that we should follow the signs to the holding area on Monday and then we will be parked from there. We will be picking our packet up at the Will Call desk which is also in the holding area. Apparently they were parking some people in an RV park somewhere around the center, but now they are ...
... into more construction. All in all for the how many ever miles we traveled that roadway, more than half was in construction zones.
We traveled on and while traveling I-39 around Rockford, we decided we would have to find another way out of Madison and south, The traffic going south around Rockford was backed up about 3 miles due to construction on that side. So we have to study the map.
Now as to the title ...
Madison - 7th Day
Today the three of us did some touristy sightseeing. We started at Cave of
the Mounds, a limestone cave full of cool formations that started
forming 488 million years ago.
Next we visited Little Norway, a Norwegian farm started in the
1850's. It was then bought in the 1930's and kept as a museum to
preserve the Norwegian way of life. The biggest and most amazing
building is ...