One of the great things about traveling the country is visiting places where we have family or friends. When we made our reservations in Wisconsin, we reached out to one of Will’s cousins who lives a few miles from the campground. In addition to getting to see them and catch up, which was so muchContinue reading “The Ice Age Trail in Janesville, Wisconsin”
Even though we had driven through Illinois the day before, we had not met our criteria for checking it off our map, so we headed south from our campground in Wisconsin back to Rock Cut State Park just outside of Rockford, Illinois. When we began this adventure, we knew it was next to impossible forContinue reading “Checking Off Illinois at Rock Cut State Park”
One of the main reasons for our stay in western Michigan was the proximity to Indiana Dunes National Park. It is one of the newest National Parks, only being named such in 2019 after being a National Lakeshore since 1966. The Park is a patchwork along Lake Michigan, with a town, several steel mills, andContinue reading “Getting Wind Blown at Indiana Dunes National Park”
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