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Western Wisconsin - October 10, 2004

We crossed into Wisconsin for a little while, from US 63 to Nelson.


US 63 into Wisconsin. [2048x1536]

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The plan is to take Wisconsin 35, the Great River Road, south along the Mississippi. [2048x1536]

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There were plenty of nice views of the river. [2048x1536]

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Lots of bluffs overlooking the Mississippi. [2048x1536]

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County AA is marked as a "rustic road". [2048x1536]

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From a wayside, looking south. [2048x1536]

Looking north. [2048x1536]

Looking east at a bluff across the road. [2048x1536]

And looking west into Minnesota. [2048x1536]

I believe this is Stockholm, Wisconsin. [2048x1536]

Must be. There's a Swedish flag. [2048x1536]

Pepin, Wisconsin is the birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder. [2048x1536]

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And there's a whole museum about her. [2048x1536]

A famous glass plate in the museum. Cathy says it's the plate that survived the fire and that anyone who read the books would know what it is. [2048x1536]

One of the museum displays. [2048x1536]

Side street where we parked in Pepin. [2048x1536]

Continuing south, we passed a lot of wetlands. [2048x1536]

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Coming up on the bridge back across to Minnesota. [2048x1536]
E-mail domain: teresco.org, username: terescoj - Mon Oct 11 09:35:31 EDT 2004

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