The Frontier Motel
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... and Scandinavia. Stopped at a roadside park outside Elgin. Land agricultural with corn fields and possibly potatoes. Wes bought a coffee at Genoa. Still struggling to find coffee to his liking. ie strong enough.
Countryside became more hilly around Monroe Centre and later it became much more hilly.
Galena was a quaint town on the river with a high levee bank and gates across the road into the ...
... called the Badger state, not because of those disagreeable little animals that also live here. During the Civil War (or the War of Northern Agression), cannonballs were made here by dropping melted lead down a 180 foot shaft - by the time they got to the bottom they had formed balls and cooled.
Countryside just south of Spring Green:
Beautiful Wisconsin Country:
... got home at about 2:40am. I was so excited to get home. I threw my bags in my room and jumped into bed, where I stayed until noon. Now it's back to life in the USA. I can say that my experience in France was without a doubt the best experience of my life this far. I am so lucky to have met the people that I did and see everything that I could. I am glad to be home, but miss France terribly already.
But as always, it's not good bye, just see you later.
... to this area/Mississippi via the Wisc river down from Upper Peninsula. Breathtaking view from our campsite which was perched high atop the bluff! I made Jim chock the wheels for ease of mind. Awesome park. $14 night with no electric.
... Further down the land had been cleared and and large farms were plenty. I did not see any cows until almost the end of the day when I saw a large dairy farm with several barns full of cows. On the Wisconsin car license plate it says 'The Dairy State' .
The road I traveled on was a 55l mph 2 laner. Slowing down occasionally to pass through small towns averaging 700 people. The Mississippi for the most part was in sight and ...