Wednesday, November 26, 2008

The First Culvers and Natural Bridge State Park of Wisconsin

Well Thanksgiving is finally near, so it means Noelle and Eric make their annual migration to either Pennsylvania or Wisconsin. This year is a Wisconsin year and so we packed up the Family Truckster and headed northwest to the land of beer and cheese. Last night we spent the night in one of the most disgusting Motel6s I've ever been to in Bloomington, Illinois. We awoke this morning, grabbed breakfast at Burger King and headed north. We made it to our obligatory hiking stop by noon, after lunch at the world's first Culver's restaurant in Sauk City, Wisconsin.
The hike was a short one of about a mile at Natural Bridge State Park.
The bridge itself was astonishingly impressive.
After our hike we headed west to Onalaska and then north to fair Galesville, the world famous home of the Garden of Eden. It feels so good to have some time off and to be able to spend it with family.

1 comment:

Still Wandering said...

A nasty Motel 6? that says a lot! Yikes