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Went back to Deadwood City by myself today to take pictures of the buildings. Doug and Pat went to a Kangaroo Ranch instead. I first took a bus tour of the town, and was surprised by its actual size. Its a lot bigger than I imagined. Then I just left my car at the beginning of the town and walked up the main street. It was great fun except for one …
... the 'Door' part of it stuck. Wisconsin is quite proud of it's tragic maritime heritage. At each state park there is at least one informational display about a shipwreck off the coast, complete with details of the ship, how it met its end and photos of what wreckage still survives (complete with scuba divers).
It's ironic that such a lovely place has such a calamitous lineage. I don't remember where I ran across mention of Door County when I ...
... swells out there today. The gal taking your tickets has some motion sickness pills if you need them'. Uh oh. Some quick googling confirmed that she can take the same dramamine that I could, so I bought us a dose and we split it between us. We needed it.
Dry land awaited us in Milwaukee. Today was mostly about getting somewhere. It was a pleasant drive, but not a remarkable one. Though we did cross the 44th Parallel for the fifth time ...
... for ice cream here after a 5 mile hike - wonderful!
Highlights of Door CountyRoughly 75 miles long and 10 miles across, the Door Peninsula points off the northeast coast of Wisconsin into Lake Michigan and all its dreamy potential.The area offers more than 300 miles of shoreline to ...
... and the Lloyd Loom was born — a process still in use today. Today, Menominee relies on manufacturing (paper products, wicker lawn furniture, auto supplies, tourism, etc.) for its economic well-being.
This will be our last stop in Michigan!! ...
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