Baker's Sunset Bay Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some brussels sprouts and carrots! We also found an Amish Store called Mischler's Country Store in Dalton, Wi. also. We found a wonderful cafe for lunch and had fried cod fish and clam chowder. We left there and drove to Wollersheim Winery which was voted best winery in 2012. It is located in Prairie du Sac, ...
... and Kingston. We finally found a vegetable farm where we could buy some fresh vegetables. I took a picture of our bounty. We drove up to the farm and waited for someone to come out. Les finally read a sign saying that we should just take what we wanted and to pay on the honor system. So we did and we were very happy. ...
We had another great day! Smokey is happy and sleeping most of the time! We drove around through the area and admired all the farms and crops and watched the combines gathering the crops. We have bought some great farm fresh cheese and maple syrup. So good. The day is just beautiful again and we are just relaxing and doing what we enjoy ...
... to head south to the Madison, Wi area. We arrived in Pardeeville and found a beautiful campsite here. Most of the campgrounds close for the winter. Many folks spend the summer in these areas and then go south for the winter. The day is beautiful and so is the drive. We are doing great and having a wonderful ...
Andrew remembers this little town from his childhood, traveling from Baltimore to Minnesota to visit his Grandparents in Dassel, MN. So we left Chicago and headed for the Dells! We arrive in this crazy little town with Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museums and kitschy tourist shops on every corner, and I am thinking..."this is where he has been dying to take me?" Strange! But because the weather is turning (it was COLD) most of the little shops ...