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We left Mosinee, WI this morning, made a stop at Mullens Cheese Shop and drove to Green Bay, WI because Larry wanted to see the Lambeau football arena. From there we went on to Manitowoc, WI, boarding the RV at 2 p.m. Although the forecast was looking stormy and rainy, the weather moved ahead of us and we had clear sailing. The ...
... of gently rolling hills. The forests are even-storied (only about 80' tall max), healthy, dense & mixed specie. Very pretty. People grow vegetable gardens but minimal flowers in the ground - but lots and lots of spots of color in varying flower pots and hanging baskets - they're beautiful. Plenty of fruit stands along the way. There are lakes, lakes & more lakes everywhere! Too bad the winters here are so brutal. Half way to Mackinac Island. More on this ...
... The gates weren't supposed to open until the following morning but there were so many people there that they had to be opened, lest we set up tents on the street outside our cars. The festival grounds are around a cluster of houses, so there was domestic traffic in addition to the crazy amount of foreign traffic to which we belonged. Once we got through the gate, the long line of cars was divided into about a dozen slightly shorter lines of cars that had to go ...
Left at 0700 and rode 500 feet for breakfast because the sky looked like it was going to open up.
Did the Tunnel of Trees, then stopped for custard at Bop-In in Bay View, Michigan.
Stopped for lunch in at a bowling alley/restaurant called Tucker's in a cute little town called Northport, Michigan.
We rode by the lake almost all day today. Just really gorgeous scenery.
Onward to ...
... very minimal set up much better as they showed us what people mean by southern hospitality. The music was really enjoyable and not knowing many of the bands we were able to just 'follow our ears' around what was a fantastically planned festival- the 'electric forest' itself was amazing. At night it became vibrantly littered with colours and in the day it provided much needed shade as we crumbled under the Michigan heat- we literally had to ...