GrandStay Residential Suites Hotel Eau Claire
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on to the i90 again with amazing service stations where we stopped and had an early lunch in the trailer before continuing on. We passed through some pretty cool places. Gary, Indiana the home of the Jackson 5. It is definitely a Factory town and you can feel the poverty as you pass through it. This is how I imagined the USA not pretty tree lines and rolling green hills but in my mind it was all industrial like Gary. I am glad to see I was so ...
... around the coach, took a few rides in the country, looked at homes along the lake, did some shopping at a great local grocery store (Gordy's County Market - more kinds of beer than you can imagine!), went to Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company and Leinie's Lodge and made it through a ...
Left the campground at 8:00...55 degrees...odometer 33872.
Stopped for gas.......100.00 Visa.
Breakfast at Norske Nook.....Diane had eggs, bacon and hash browns, sour dough toast with lingonberry jelly, Joel had 3 large potato pancakes and bacon.......coffees to drink.....23.90 visa.
Stopped at Gordy's grocery.....Diane bought ...
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... the trees. We found some Wisconsin cheese and some pure maple syrup that was made up here on the farm.
We have been seeing a quite a few wild turkeys, some deer and even an eagle! There are so many corn and soybean fields and many, many dairy ...