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Sep 19, 2012 - Tony

Sunday, September 23, 2012 –Konkler’s at Lodi, WI Again we are privileged to visit with Lowell’s family. This time it is a nephew, Tony and his family. When we arrived we got to visit with Mary as Tony and John, the future son-in-law, were driving back from their hunting lease. They arrived later and Mary had a delicious lasagna dinner made with homemade sauce, garlic bread, salad, and a wonderful apple dessert for all of us. Meredith, Tony and Mary’s oldest daughter, came to dinner along with her three children. We got to see old pictures...

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Aug 7, 2011 - Lodi, WI

Well, we're finally out of Door County. We drove just shy of 200 miles from Egg Harbor to Lodi, Wisconsin. It was a lovely day's drive with beautiful weather and little traffic. Our route included WI 42, WI 57, US 151, US 60, and finally some pretty narrow county roads. We almost ended up in the middle of a parade, but the sheriff made us turn off the parade route (grumble, grumble). We booked into Smokey Hollow RV "Resort", another "destination park" in Lodi, Wisconsin. Lodi is a small town about twenty miles north of Madison. We figured...

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Jun 29, 2008 - Lodi, Wisconsin

Exploring the Lodi area We arried in Lodi, WI at Crystal Lake RV Park late in the afternoon. It’s in the middle of a farming area outside of town. Unlike the farm areas of Indiana and Illinois that we’ve driven through, this area is full of rolling hills. It really is a beautiful area…but cell service areas are few and far between. We’re about 30 minutes from Wisconsin Dells, which is a huge recreation area in Wisconsin and known as the water park capitol of the world. Apparently, there are more water parks here than anywhere else and that...

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Aug 7, 2007 - To Lodi, Wisconsin

8/7 We rose early today, (for us), and took a drive past the famous Corn Palace in Mitchell. Then we hopped back onto route 90 and continued our drive east. The grasslands of South Dakota turned into green farms with mile after mile of corn and other agricultural crops along the way. We drove all the way thru South Dakota, and then thru Minnesota. We stopped for the night at the Smokey Hollow Campground in Lodi, WI. www.smokeyhollowcampground.com We hope to make it into Ohio tomorrow.

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