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May 24, 2012 - Travel Day to Wisconsin

We left our campground & drove I90 to Portage, Indiana where we took Route I80 to avoid the Chicago area. It was 69 degrees when we got up & by afternoon it was 91 degrees & windy. We drove all day & stopped in Mauston, Wisconsin for dinner & a 2 hour lay over. They were predicting a damaging hail storm & possible tornado throughout the area we were headed so we stayed put. After the threat had passed, we drove about half an hour to a Walmart in Tomah, WI. There were several other campers already settled in for the night. The sky remained...

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2012 Northwest Trip

Nov 20, 2007 - Beautiful Mauston, WI

After stopping at Tommy's house, our next stop was Elaine and Jim's house in Mauston, WI. They have a very beautiful home! We arrived just in time to visit and have a wonderful family dinner together. We met Sophie and Maggie, their pups, for the first time. Very fun dogs! We were even able to met Jim's son, Sean and his finance Lacy, whom are lovely people. We shared stories and laughed until it hurt! Thank you, Elaine and Jim, for your wonderful hospitality!

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Oct 8, 2007 - Minnesota rainy day

FOREST CITY, IOWA to MAUSTON, WISCONSIN Monday, October 8 The weather was wet and windy as we headed out of Forest City on Highway 9. Twenty miles down the road we turned north on Highway 35 and headed for Minnesota. We planned to cross the Mississippi River into Wisconsin at La Crosse, and to get there we were taking I-90 which runs through lower Minnesota. In the rain it is a very beautiful route . Trees that were colored a week ago are bare now , and only a few still show yellow and brown . Most of the color now is from sumac that is...

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2007 Coast 2 Coast

Sep 15, 2007 - Wisconsin

A cold start to a beautiful day. Still windy but we enjoyed getting off the interstate and onto some 2 lane roads. Missed a great shot of some Amish children riding a pony cart!!! But there were lots and lots of farms and old barns to enjoy. The memorial was at a truck plaza and quit a display. This picture didn't capture nearly enough of how detailed it was. We were headed to central Wisconsin and ended up in the most beautiful hill and valley region. Our camp for the night was atop a hill over looking a green, green valley. I noticed...

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