Stoney Creek Inn Waukon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as it looked nothing like a sheep! I was so proud of myself haha! I told myself at the beginning of my trip I would be open to trying anything and it's great doing things I've never done before. Got the bug slightly with wanting to catch more. Never really understood people back home enjoying fishing but I can see why people do it. Wendy got out this not so nice type of fish bait specific for a cat fish. It's known for absolutely stinking ...
... into town to a place called Bobs *****in BBQ! The names of places around here are just great. I had a great sandwich with avocado which I miss & sweet potato fries to! Miss my home foods at times. And I got to try a very well known thing in the area called cheese curds. It's basically random chunks of cheese then deep fried. Tim try's to tell me that they are fat free and you can eat as many as you like but I proceeded to say my waistline ...
... it bigger you can see better.
This is the Mississippi just below where the Wisconsin enters.
After lunch we realized we'd better head back if we wanted to be in time for dinner. We passed through Spring Green on the Wisconsin River which is where Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliessen is located. We actually had planned to tour his house but they want $50 per ...
... Trees - this A frame has a straw bale roof as well and is beautiful. We also got to check out the attached greenhouse, two story office building, workshop and extensive gardens.
Amelia was very engaging and convinced Glenn 'if Roald can build these buildings, so can you!' Now full disclosure here - Roald is also Amelia's husband!
Whole Tree Architecture is truly an innovative, green company. Check out their site here: www.wholetrees.com
On Monday the 23rd we visited the home of Doug Hansmann & Denise Thornton. They worked with Whole Tree architecture (an amazing company) and a local builder to design and build a whole tree house using trees harvested from their own property. Nothing was wasted building this house, even the trim was made out of unused parts of the trees, as well as bookshelves and kitchen and bathroom counters.
Whole Tree building ...