Gonstead Guest Cottage

Address: 602 S. 2nd St., Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, 53572, United States | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on 602 S. 2nd St., Mount Horeb, is near Cave of the Mounds, Mustard Museum, Mount Horeb Mustard Museum, and Little Norway.
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        Travel Blogs from Mount Horeb

        Into the great unknown---or canoeing the Kickapoo

        A travel blog entry by susunk on Sep 09, 2014

        14 photos

        ... I debated between taking out at Bridge 5 or in the park, and with Drifty's input decided on the Wildcat Park landing.

        It was about 6 miles and took us 3 hrs. It was harder going than I expected with plenty of trees in the river to avoid and low water (thus sand bars), plus all the turns in the river. And though the river was low even a little bit of current ...

        Madison

        A travel blog entry by dadanddaughter on Jun 24, 2013

        3 photos

        ... from the Rhineland. The wife finally took mercy on me and confessed to being British. We had a light lunch at the rooftop cafe where we were served by Marcela. She is finishing her degree in early childhood Ed and plans to teach in the inner city, hopefully New Orleans. The best part if traveling us the people you meet along the ...

        Getting Started

        A travel blog entry by sandvwander on Jan 14, 2013

        13 comments, 1 photo

        Today is the first day of our great adventure in that we have set up our travel pod! Our goal is to be on the road by the end of this week or the first part of next week. We intend to stay on the "blue line" highways as much as possible, to stop as often as we want, to spend time in small towns (walking around, enjoying coffee, reading at the local library), and to hike in county, state and ...

        Final Thoughts on My Trip

        A travel blog entry by keviimis on Jul 29, 2012

        ... much smaller and cheaper. Everything from luggage to pans to shoes could be purchased at these stores for less than twenty Euros. The city had five major grocery stores, all of which I used. Each had certain products and brands that I liked more. As a result, I typically went to a grocery store every other day to pick up a certain food. Just outside the Oberstadt was a very small mall. Its basement had a discount grocery store, a crafts store, a ...

        Stopped by the police

        A travel blog entry by argieuk on Nov 03, 2011

        4 comments, 11 photos

        ... and we can still maintain our 50mph easily. But the roads arent as good as some we have had. The road seems to have been cut across every 20 or so feet, and a join put in, so its constantly bump, bump, bump ...Even some of the freeways are like that. No idea why, other than some road worker went mad.

        Scenery is still mixed, with some fields a deep green, and some brown and some all stages between. Trees, too are some in leaf, some bare and some turning, lovely colours ...