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  • Day9

    First stop - Milwaukee

    August 3, 2016 in the United States ⋅

    □after a short stop at Gurnee Mill's Mall again we started our lake round trip□Milwaukee is the first sightseeing stop□the Art Museum is a quite nice building□many harbour stuff here□very industrial□□□now: cofee time□□□

  • Day24

    Oconomowoc, WI

    November 10, 2016 in the United States ⋅

    Roasties and a T-bone steak - home cooked meal with the long lost family!

    Thanks to the Morgans for putting me up and for all the tips for the upcoming sail! Definitely worth the detour! It was great to catch up with everybody and check out this quiet and spacious part of the world. I can't imagine how fun it is to have a lake as a back yard!

    It took a bit of driving to get up and down just for one night but the car will come in extra good use when I pick Jools up in Chicago on our way through to see Felicity in Indiana.
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  • Day2

    Cave Point Park, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

    June 12, 2017 in the United States ⋅

    Sturgeon Bay..beatiful Lake Michigan coast. ..the last pic is of rock statues..very cool..we made one.

    (Ken is still talking to me after I dropped chocolate caramels on the car seat and they melted. .I did, however, experience the wrath of ken, briefly 😐)

  • Day1

    Stewart Inn B & B

    June 11, 2017 in the United States ⋅

    This is a gorgeous old house..wow! The architect worked with Frank Lloyd Wright. Beautiful. Extras like a steam shower, bathrobes, music in room with a tablet, chocolate chip cookies, pop, wine and cheese at 5..so cool..room is lovely. .glad to share it with my sweetie❤

  • Day15

    Wisconsin, Is There Any Cheese Here?!

    September 14, 2016 in the United States ⋅

    My campsite in Hiawatha National Forest was listed as dispersed camping (which means free and unsupervised) but it actually had a picnic table and a fire pit. After setting up camp, I made dinner and then went in search of some wood. I wasn't expecting to collect much dry wood as it was raining that day, but it was worth a try. After spending 10 minutes rummaging around I actually found a few dry branches. One in particular was extra dry, and I thought to myself, this is going to be the one that gets the fire going. A few pieces of birch bark were laying in the ground and that was the start to my fire. What a great end to a long ride. I dried of my boots and warmed up to my bones. I got the fire going well enough to catch a few logs on fire which had been left by previous campers. I even burned the damp stuff. After all but the logs were gone, I called it a night and slept like a rock.

    The morning arrived soon enough, and it was time to get my phone charged. I feel like the bike is not charging my phone as well as it had two days prior because the battery would increase in state of charge even while I had Google maps running. Now I had to leave the phone off to charge, and it was a slow charge at that. The solar charger which I had brought has a fairly large battery which I am still getting used to. Unfortunately the battery doesn't have enough charge to charge my phone.

    My next destination is somewhere in Wisconsin. I decide to ride to the border of Michigan and Wisconsin along lake Michigan, stop there for lunch and then decide on a camp spot. I cross a time zone expecting some sort of sign to mark my accomplishment, but no such sign was there to acknowledge me. I decide to leave my watch on Eastern time (actually it's so complicated that I don't know how to change the time) and my bike's clock will show the current time.

    After lunch I settle on Chippewa campground in Chequamegon National Forest. I charge my phone as much as I can at lunch, and then hit the road, arriving at my campsite about an hour before sunset. I'm right next to a lake, and the fee for the night is only 7 bucks with my parks pass (only 14 without a pass). Now that's a price I'm willing to pay for a place to sleep for one night. There is a fire pit, but I feel like getting to bed early, so I hit the sac.

    Still no cheese in Wisconsin. Just farmland,.... Mostly soy...

    Pictures: All three are at the campsite.
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  • Day1

    Scavenger hunt

    June 17, 2017 in the United States ⋅

    What's a triangle anyway?
    Is a fake elephant the same as roadkill?
    Are ducks shaggy?
    Random chanting of pick your nose.
    Oooo..i got an oversized nose. NOOOOOO!
    OMG it's a jeep, i don't care if you're picking your nose.
    Dang, they don't like their roads flat.
    Look Kelly, it's a jeep.
    No mini golf is not a sport.
    Looking for pickers, bobbers, and bumper stickers. And peanuts and popcorn, cuz those always go with everything.

    Sunday update... steam rollers everywhere today. But still no bobbers, pickers, or fishers.

    We did finally find most of the remaining items. But those chickens were illusive. Until this morning when wet noticed this little guy in the dining room.
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Wisconsin, WI, ዊስኮንሲን, ويسكونسن, ܘܝܣܟܘܢܣܢ, ويسكونسين, উইচকনচিন, Wisconsin suyu, Viskonsin, ویسکانسین ایالتی, Висконсин, Штат Вісконсін, Уисконсин, উইসকনসিন, ཝིས་སི་ཁོན་སིན།, ویسکۆنسین, Ουισκόνσιν, Viskonsino, ویسکانسین, Wiskonsin, 𐍅𐌹𐍃𐌺𐍉𐌽𐍃𐌹𐌽𐌾𐌰, Vî-sṳ̂-không-sîn, Wikonekina, ויסקונסין, विस्कॉन्सिन, Wiskonnsenn, Վիսկոնսին, Uisqonsin, ウィスコンシン州, უისკონსინი, ವಿಸ್ಕೊನ್‌ಸಿನ್, 위스콘신 주, Visconsinia, ڤیسکانسین, Viskonsinas, Viskonsina, Hoiskaonsiny, വിസ്കോൺസിൻ, ဝစ္စကွန်းဆင်းပြည်နယ်, विस्कान्सिन, Wiskaansin Hahoodzo, ਵਿਸਕਾਂਸਨ, विन्कोसिन, وسکونسن, विस्कान्सिन्, Viskonsėns, விஸ்கொன்சின், విస్కాన్సిన్, รัฐวิสคอนซิน, Wiskonsin Shitati, Вісконсин, Wisconsene, Вискаансин, וויסקאנסין, 威斯康辛州

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