Motel 6 Lake Delton
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... slides in the area and I ended up going on one of their major rides called the Hurricane too.
After hanging out in this area for awhile (and taking advantage of the lazy river), we decided to check one of the other areas out (called Wild West Water park) to see what we could do around there the next day. After we looked around briefly, we went back to our room and ordered Italian to our room from a nearby restaurant. We then watched Big Brother and headed to sleep, hoping ...
... after it and we took it. It turns out that we stopped at "Castle Rock". This area used to be a glacial lake and Castle Rock used to be an island in that lake. This area is part of Camp Williams which is known as the birthplace of the famous 32nd Red Arrow Division of the National Guard.
The rocks were amazing and great to climb around. It was a great, unexpected stop. We got back on Rt 90 and headed West again.
... back to the hotel around 4pm to change and head out for dinner. We went back to Wisconsin Dells and had dinner at Buffalo Phil's. It was a big place very near to Great Wolf Lodge and as you walked in it looked like a huge lodge. Our drinks were brought to us by a large electric train. Those servers must love their job! Dad wants to run the train if we ever open a restaurant. Toward the end of our meal (which was quite delicious) the train ran around ...
... wonder if we would have a middle of the night emergency. We sort of
did. The carbon monoxide monitor kept going off. We had no gas on and
sometimes cleaning products and aftershave etc... can set it off. This
was midnight though so we checked all the gas and couldn't find
anything. It went off every 2 minutes so we cracked open the windows
(rain had stopped by now) and disconnected it and prayed we'd ...
... Minneapolis area.
The first lock and dam I saw was near the town of Alma. Eventually I had to head east from the river near
Onalaska and took I90 towards the Wisconsin River Dells.
I first visited the Wisconsin Dells when I was about 4 or5. I think it was 1954 or 1955 when my parents
took us along with my mom’s parents. I
only know I was there because of some slides my father took on the
vacation. He ...