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... about Wisconsin and beer. Conclusion: we've been beer-spoiled. I hope they enjoy the rest of their trip and onward to Boulder Junction. I wandered around downtown to say hello to a few of the 42 presidents scattered from block to block. Had it not been late, I really would have taken a look at each one. They were all interesting with very characteristic poses for each. Onward to Hay Camp Brewery - only 20 months young. I preferred ...
... had stopped and was aiming a camera high on a cliff over our truck. We stopped and were able to get a photo as well.
From there we headed to the Wildlife Loop and a series of back gravel roads cutting across the loop. We saw several prong horn antelope (some with babies), two bison (one right beside the truck), and probably 25 deer (about half with fawns), a prairie dog town with lots of residents, and one 2” long turtle. One of the fawns ...
... It was a very interesting tour where we learned lots about different types of cave formations. From there we went and grabbed lunch at a pizza place called Big Time and it was amazing (not as good as Big Eds though) When we got back to the cabin we hung out for a little until it was time to make dinner. For dinner we made bison steaks, taters, and Mac and cheese. It was amazing. It's ...
... since we were headed due East, the wind was pushing us sideways and coming up under one of our awnings making a terrible racket (2 years ago, this same awning blew off and ruined our roof so we were being very careful). The wind was blowing at 45 miles/hr with gusts up to 65 miles/hr. Fred tied down the awning with bungee cords but we decided not to push it and to stop at the ...
... conditions in our neck of the woods. It is something to savour, appreciate and enjoy which is just what we did.
Looking out the front windscreen today, the traffic on the I90 seems to be back to the normal speed with many more vehicles travelling.
We will stay here one more night before heading of to Wyoming.