Loyalty Inn Wisconsin Dells
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... and neither time was a big splash. Also in Branson the ticket included a "duck call" but not here, instead, toward the end of the "cruise", we were afforded the opportunity to purchase a booklet and some postcards about the DUCKs. Overall it was OK, but I personally think the one in Branson was better.
After the DUCK ride we started to return to the campground, but Rich & Sue wanted to show us where they used to live, so off we ...
... work, he has a new job! He will be working for United Way of the county they live in. He is a good fund raiser!
Tomorrow the Texas group is going to The Dells for breakfast then it will be more cleaning and washing as well as filling the fresh water tank in prep for Madison next week. We will be going in with full gas tank, full fresh water tank, and empty waste tanks since we will be on the generator 24 hours a day during the ...
First thing this morning we called Mineola and Santo looking for camping spots. Both had space, so 22-31 Aug, we will be staying at Mineola Civic Center, Mineola, TX and 31 Aug-7 Sep we will be at Coffee Creek Campground in Santo, TX. Then on to Durant, OK for the Sep rally of the South Texas Renegades.
Today was a short sight seeing day. We went back into town to visit the WWII Museum. We thought it would be a nice stroll through ...
... to the Alliant Center, we headed back to Portage and on the way stopped at Camping World. Found a couple of things, of course. There store isn't very big but their RV sales is very large. Hopefully it is better than the one in New Braunfels.
Bob wanted to get the oil changed in the car so we drove over to Portage to a lube place. I convinced him to take me to Walmart first. Since we have to conserve our water ...
... gathering and the wind started to blow and it felt like the temperature dropped about 15 degrees and it rained about 10 seconds. The temperature did not rise again, in fact last night's low was high 50s.
Today we drove into Portage (population 1bout 11,000) to see some sights. Portage is an old town and has a few old things, but only one place was open today. It is an Indian Agent's house built in 1833. It is the ...