After a breakfast of pancakes drizzled with maple syrup made from the neighbor’s trees, we loaded up our belongings and got ready to leave. Jim and Carol made our visit absolutely fantastic — they are great hosts and wonderful friends. Their Wisconsin lakeside hideaway is truly a delightful spot, made even better by the kindness and generosity of our friends. Thanks to them for giving us the VIP treatment! (For reasons we cannot divulge, we are unable to reveal additional details about their cabin other than to mention that some bunk beds appear to be available for guests . . ..)
Today we headed south toward the mothership of our teardrop trailer – Necedah, WI. We are planning to leave the trailer there for a day or two so it can receive some factory upgrades.
The drive down was uneventful — at least until we reached the Camp Inn factory. We had heard that they had a campground next to the site, and considered staying there. Unfortunately, there was no one at the site. We realized the campground hasn’t recovered from the winter and really isn’t ready for use yet. We called one of the founders of the company who suggested another campground a few miles away, but the weather was threatening and we were tired, so we checked into a handy motel instead.
Tomorrow we’ll get to meet the owners and creators of Camp Inn Teardrops and see the place where and how our trailer was made. We’re looking forward to it!