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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We drove back to the Amish area and bought some homemade breads and preztel at Pleasant View Bakery which is located in the basement of a Amish farm house in Dalton, Wi. There were many Amish ladies baking the bread as we were in the store. We then drove through the countryside and found a vegetable stand ...
... and Kingston. We finally found a vegetable farm where we could buy some fresh vegetables. I took a picture of our bounty. We drove up to the farm and waited for someone to come out. Les finally read a sign saying that we should just take what we wanted and to pay on the honor system. So we did and we were very happy. ...
... of 9:30, and after a really yummy breakfast at the Village Green Lodge (yes, I'm plugging it we loved it), we had plenty of time. (oh, and btw, the cherry yogurt with pears was the only cherries we saw in our visit... sad :(
So we drove north, too cold for the goats on the roof, kept driving north, missed the turn to Ellison's Bluff, kept on going up to Door ...
... seeing some sandhill cranes along the way. The walk to the arch is up the hill so I went alone. The hillside at one point was covered in poison ivy. First time I've really seen it. Viewing an arch covered with lichen and moss and trees and in a wooded glen is a little different for me. Being right on the edge of the driftless area the rock was not eroded by the glaciers and is very old. Somehow ...
... about the geology of the area, very different from what I'm more familiar with. While I didn't get too much out of this stop it was one piece of a puzzle. At some point in my life I've learned about the Wisconsin glaciation, but it was a whole new learning process to actually see it, such as the terminal moraine at Devil's Lake, drumlins and the kettle lakes. Then there ...