Hampton Inn Lacrosse Onalaska
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... go figure. After lunch we rode bikes to see a chapel that was closed during our mornings bus trip. We are sailing again and about to go into one of the 26 locks. Showtime - a one women show tinged with Blues, Jazz and Soul. Sightings: Eagles, squirrels Saying of the day: A guide 'The town has two seasons - winter and road ...
So collected my bike, nice 2014 Harley Davidson Ultra Glide, packed, programmed the GPS and headed off to La Crosse. Tip, make sure that you have got some quarters if you happen to get onto a toll road. Discovered this the hard way when I was directed on to a toll road, toll road signs are quite small by the way, and learnt to my horror that the booths are unmanned and that they only accept Ipay (locals method of paying online) and change that you through into a bowl and off you ...
... to Tollinois tomorrow (that is Illinois) but they have so many tolls it's ridiculous Hope to be near Youngstown Ohio tomorrow but thats another 685-700 miles so I am leaving it up to Shane where we end up as he is driving. Home here we ...
... to pull their boats right up to their campsites and tie off. The peninsula itself is about 75 yards wide, and the sites are well spaced. It had rained most of the day before we arrived, so our sites were very wet, but we were able to unhitch and hook into the utilities despite the large puddles.
Dinner went as planned. Chris grilled some chicken and made green beans and boiled sweet corn for all of us. I sauteed some vegetables and made sesame ...
11th-12th July A long day of traveling yesterday, we crossed the whole of Wisconsin. We drove to Milwaukee first to the Miller brewery where we had a tour, it was more about the history of Miller and their production capacity, than about beer making. We then drove to Madison, the state capital for lunch, it was a nice city, not very big, but with lots of independent shops and cafes. ...