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... Campground in Landon Station Wisconsin near the Dells. We are the only ones in the park that aren't seasonal or residents. Great WiFi because no one is here! The owner stopped by and said after this coming graduation weekend the park will be full. It's park like with tall pines. We will decide our next stop tonight somewhere in Minnesota. We are filling up our US map. The Eastern seaboard is not completed ...
Wisconsin State - "America's Dairyland"
Decided to break the trip through to Minneapolis so stayed halfway at Wisconsin Dells. Reminded us of Pigeon Forge with amusement and water parks everywhere. A real summer holiday spot for the tourists. Population is 2600 but one hotel alone (Mt Olympus) advertised 1500 rooms.
After a day at the factory and some extra effort this AM. The factory has got, I hope, all of Tina's problems solved. Left Decatur, IN at 9:30 this AM. Drove 435 miles today. So we have driven 1050 miles on our trip.
It was 41 degrees this AM when we went out.
The scenery is repetitive- corn fields as far as the eye can see. Less than exciting.
... in and he opened and closed the gas cap(probably a vapor lock). The car started and we quickly drove to the car return lot!
The guy at the car lot told us about a shuttle to the transportation area. An angel took us directly to this difficult to find area, especially carrying everything but the kitchen sink. We arrive at three and were able to get a seat!!! This is a small area and three bus loads of people are gathering to be taken ...
... This is a wild and unimproved park which was fun. We wandered around in the woods for awhile loving the spongy, soft ground due to hundreds of years of needles underfoot. We turned back and decided we still had time for a quick look at Ellison's Bluff. Nice place, great views, looks like some nice walks again.
Back to the harbor. It was a cold and windy day and we ...