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Aug 14, 2011 - Arrived in Kewaunee on Lake Michigan

A really different morning greeted us today - foggy, overcast and misty! But, shortly after we got underway around 9:00 it cleared up and became an absolutely gorgeous day - temperature wise as well! The drive across Wisconsin was truly a very beautiful journey. The farm fields along the way were so pretty and not much traffic either along with little or no construction. We arrived in Kewaunee, 311 miles later, no worse for the wear. We found the RV park and got settled in and loaded ourselves up with pamphlets, brochures and a myriad of...

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May 31, 2011 - The Flying Pig

2011 May, Two Rivers, Wisconsin The Flying Pig The Flying Pig Gallery & Greenspace is set along the uncluttered Lake Michigan shore in Kewaunee County, WI. It is the owners' mission to bring an amusing, inspiring and educational peek at art and gardens. Co-owners Susan Connor and Robyn Mulhaney invite you to leisurely explore their indoor galleries, creative environment, sculpture gardens, display gardens and unique plant selections. The gallery spaces at The Pig invite you to uncover the relaxed style of contemporary folk art, the works of...

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May 13, 2010 - Kewaunee,WI Day 3

It’s been raining all day. We’ve decided to stay here another night (Friday night), so we can explore the peninsula tomorrow, when it’s drier. We did nothing all morning, and finally dragged ourselves out into the wet and cold to get groceries. It’s afternoon now, and we’re at a coffee shop, using the WIFI (beats sitting in the campground’s laundry room). The rain is supposed to stop around suppertime, and they are still calling for dry and warm weather in this region for the next week. The pavement on the streets in this region is dotted...

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May 12, 2010 - Kewaunee, WI Day 2

The National Railroad Museum in Green Bay was well worth the trip. Big Boy was the star attraction. It is the largest and most powerful train ever built. One of its jobs was to pull other trains. There were more than a dozen trains on display, and many of them are housed inside a huge climate-controlled building (nice and warm), and you could walk through them, car by car. It’s hard to believe that the passenger trains were once considered luxurious. They are so cramped! We missed out on the film, but for $1 each (and we should have figured...

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May 12, 2010 - Kewaunee,WI

We left Plymouth yesterday afternoon after Bill spent a couple of hours trying to fix another leak – this one coming from the bedroom ceiling fan/air conditioner. It hangs above the bed, and drips down onto the foot of the bed during heavy rain storms. This leak can’t be avoided by pulling in the bedroom slide. So, in the pouring rain yesterday, he was up on the roof with his Duct tape. We didn’t have any more leaking after that, so maybe it’s fixed. We’re now in Kawaunee, which is on the shore of Lake Michigan, about 30 miles NE of Green...

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Aug 26, 2009 - Kewaunee, WI - Kewaunee Village RV Park

It was a short 87 mile drive from Menominee, MI to Kewaunee, WI, which is a beautiful, small town on Lake Michigan's Green Bay. While here we adjusted to the Central Time zone and did the following during the week we were here: - Took the Marshland Walk, saw an osprey eating its dinner and were eaten by mosquitoes. - Celebrated our 24th wedding anniversary w/dinner at the Cork Restaurant. - Drove several Rustic Roads in Kewaunee County. - Drove up to Algoma, which is another pretty town on Lake Michigan with a beautiful red light...

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