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Jul 6, 2012 - The Spam Museum

Headed out in the morning for a relatively short drive to West Salem, Wisconsin. The landscape was entirely farmland as far as the eye could see. No more hills and mountains, just green …corn and soybeans and sod. Every few acres would be a farmhouse with silos. It made me think of how much it took for them to have the right equipment, buy the seed, plant it, water it (or hope for rain) then harvest it, get it ready to sell. Lots of hard work and time so we can grill an ear of corn, smother it with butter and salt and bite in to that...

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Yippee Tyo's!

Aug 2, 2011 - Cheese Curds in Wisconsin

We drove another couple of hundred miles to West Salem, WI and stayed at the Veteran's Memorial county park which was quite nice other than the fact we couldn't get any satellite signal. First no HD, then no 110, now nothing at all. However, the internet was good, so we're OK if we have wither TV or internet, so we can keep up on what's going on in the world. It was humid when we left MN, but a front pushed through and finally the cooler weather and lower humidity came into play. We only had water and electric at the site, but it was 50...

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Two Hams in a Can

Aug 5, 2009 - Green Bay & West Salem, WI

Why drive through Green Bay when you can quickly exit the freeway and pull the RV into the parking lot at infamous Lambeau field for a photo op? What a fun thing to do for an hour, we took the photos and went into the store for some shopping. Quite the history there. That was fun, we are football fans however not fanatics of any one team. So what's bad? It's all good. We had an overnight in the town of West Salem, WI. Beautiful RV park which afforded Beth the time to get some laundry done, and we drove into town and ate at the Olive Garden....

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Apr 24, 2007 - Elroy-Sparta State Trail

For a change we decided to get the bikes out and do part of the Elro-Sparta State Trail. This trail had been developed along an old rail bed which went through the Wisconsin countryside. It was uphill all the way to the tunnel but grat on the way back!

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