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Jul 23, 2010 - Fort Atkinson, WI

Boy, do I have alot of catching up to do. Chuck wanted to suprise Mark at work, so we arranged to have lunch at the Hilton in downtown Minneapolis. He was surprised and we had an excellent lunch. Mark and his boss came out to see us and offered to make anything we wanted, on the menu or not. Chuck had a steak and I had sauteed prawns. We also had dessert and that was undescribable. We had a some nice visits with Mark and Am. We went to the Mill Museum that was associated with Betty Crocker. It was very interesting. I spent a good part of a...

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Aug 8, 2009 - to Ft. Atkinson WI; 5/50

It rained most of the night & I put the trike & bike up this morning, in a lull. I also undid the utilities. We then drove to a Jellystone Park in Ft. Atkinson WI. It is big & has all the stuff, but we would not stay here again, but it is Sat night & no reservation. It's sunny & hot now. About 90. We started with 42992 ,miles and ended with 43081, for a total of 87. We stayed at a Jellystone Park.

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May 17, 2009 - Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin

We arrived in Fort Atkinson quite early as it was only 4 hrs from Waterton. The resort is a Coast: Yogi Bear Jellystone Park again this one doesn't officially open until May 24th weekend. The sites here are very uneven no gravel just very soggy grass hard to get your unit level we feel we're slanting quite a bit but we talked to another couple who pulled in just after us and they are the same way. A lot of the spots here are privately owned and so they have limited rental spots. After Sunday us and another couple were about the only four...

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May 16, 2009 - Waterton, Wisconsin

Well we arrived at River Bend Resort in Waterton, Wisconsin only here one day. We arrived late afternoon and have to say that we were very disappointed in the site they gave us. We weren't told that the park doesn't open officially till May long weekend so they only had a small area of the park open to camp which was not really suitable for a rig our size. The road was so narrow it was terrible trying to back the rig into the spot. Finally we had a couple of guys come over and help otherwise I don't know if we would have gotten into it. No...

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