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... wild rice. The trout was very good with lemon, although I didn't like the capers.
We plan on having another campfire tonight to use up the rest of our firewood. We'll have s'mores and enjoy our last evening in Two Rivers.
Grandpa made our reservations for camp sites on the way back this morning. We are stopping at Hickory Hollow campground in LaSalle, IL. It's not the same one because ...
... collecting information on the Hansen family history for years. The first man of the Hansen family was named Hans Christian Hansen. I am the 6th generation from H. C. Hansen. We don't even actually know the original, this is just the one who came from Europe.
It's actually very possible that we have Danish royalty in our family. It has not been proved yet.
While we were in ...
... seat is getting uncomfortable. I rode from camp to town in the morning (5 miles).
I rode through town and all around (YAY rhymes) (approx. 7 miles total).
I rode from the reunion to Point Beach in the afternoon. (approx. 12 miles total).
I rode almost all the way back to town and grandpa picked me up. So probably about 16 miles total of bike riding.
Tonight for dinner I made my "famous" and very ...
... better than Perch, which was the fish I tried last year.
After dinner, my grandparents dropped me off with my bicycle to take the path back. So, the path travels from Point Beach to our campground to town. Boy, my legs are tired! The day is now ending as I'm sitting in the camper typing this. Some other highlights of today were going to the community center, visiting grandma's parents and grandparent's graves, and seeing the lake. ...
... We took 151 to Manitowoc, in which we got on Waldo Blvd, to Lakeshore Dr to Two Rivers. And here we are! I apologize for complicated directions, but I want you to know how we got where we are.
It is a VERY nice campground - the nicest one yet. There's a large pool (doubt we'll need it though), private showers (25¢ per 2 minutes), a cable TV hookup, and a great bike trail (Read more about that in my next ...