We started the day with a visit to downtown Sturgeon Bay. It seemed a pity to leave the are without ever seeing the town so we went exploring. We wandered through the downtown, chatting with a couple of store owners and learning about "fiber arts". It is amazing what talented people can do with yarns and wool. It was a moving day again. Our goal was to get from Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin to Steven's Point, Wisconsin. Although we are fond of secondary roads, we didn't expect to see quite as many as we did. We ran into several detours. One of those detours caused us to arrive at the town of Bear Creek in Outagamie County where they were having a tractor pull. The population of Bear Creek is 428 and most of them were in town for the festivities. The heats that we watched were of the younger set, 7 and 8-year olds. Interesting. We arrived at Steven's Point fairly early to be able to watch most of the Nebraska - Texas game. Bummer.