Travel Blogs from Hillsboro
... a turnstile, drove down a parallel track to the end of the train and hitched itself up there for the return trip. Very cool.
After that,we went into the town of Wisconsin Dells. The city takes its name from the French word "dalles" which means narrows and refers to the way the Wisconsin River flows through the narrow gorges in this area. The Dells are scenic, glacially formed gorges that feature ...
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... our teeth on the uphill and made it to the gas station on fumes. Clara was right there with us during the excitement but Serena asked us a few times to keep it down while she tried to sleep. In case you're wondering, we're getting about 11 miles to the gallon. Yikes! But no surprise. We didn't do anything today but drive and stop briefly at a few rest stops. But the girls did a great job and stayed occupied with some car games, talking about everything ...
... narrow and had a lot of different guns/spots for missiles. At the end of the La Crosse River Trail is the town of Sparta, which had tons of signs claiming that if was the "Bicycle capital of America". We stopped to make some food and took our picture in front of a huge bike statue. Saw a tent selling peaches and got a "special deal just for you" of 4 for a dollar. They were the best peaches I've ever eaten in my life. We later learned that the ...
Justin, Trestan, dad, and I went canoeing down the Kickapoo River. We brought Indy for his first ever water adventure.
We purchased him his own life jacket the previous night, so we were all set to go. As long as everyone else needs a lifejacket, so does Indy.
It was cloudy and we had some rain, but overall ...
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