We crossed into Wisconsin earlier today.
Tonight, we are not camped in a forest, plagued by mosquitos (they are truly a menace in these parts). Rather, we are sleeping in a lakeside cabin, on North Twin Lake’s northern shore.
We dined at a lovely restaurant called Grape’s Twin Haven. The co-owner, Mary, and later Karen (our host) were intrigued by our trip. Everyone in the restaurant offered advice on where we might find a secluded forest where we might camp. We were planning on doing another ten miles after dinner.
After our delicious meal, I said “it’s great that you guys have so many lakes in this area – we’re in need of a shower. We can grab our soap and jump in” as I was paying the bill.
Karen, who owns the cabin we slept in, generously offered to let us shower and spend the night.
A warm shower, and a lakeside cottage all to ourselves for a night. Better than we could have hoped for.