After spending some time in Green Bay, it was time to head up north to camp. We stopped at all the highlights on the way.
Donuts at our favorite bakery in Pulaski
The fire tower in Mountain
Finally, it was time to head to camp. They have been doing a big capital campaign, so some of the buildings have changed in 3 short years.
But most of the views were the same as before.
We went to the nearby county park to see Slippery Rock and other awesomeness.
The next day there was a big celebration for Kyle's former boss. He has been at the same camp for 30 years! So hard to imagine.
This was the first time we all stayed in a cabin (although this is up for debate) at Uni. We lived in a house while we were there, and I spent much of my time there. While I was offered a tour of the house, I chose to keep my memories preserved. Kyle's boss lived there with his young children a long time ago and avoided going back after they moved out. I totally get it. Instead, Sora loved the cabin and dressing her doll for bed (and every other occasion).
Exploring the board walk.
Sora nearly fell out of the golf cart while Kyle drove too fast around camp. Just like we never left.
Heading back to Sora's gaga ball roots.
These are the signs where Sora literally read her very first words! We passed them nearly daily and she always wanted me to stop and read every sign to her. I taught her "it" "in" and "is" and made her read all of those words.
Sora loved the amazing hamburger that we drove an hour to eat. Plus brats. Delicious!
All great things end though, and it was finally time to leave. We ate an amazing meal at an El Salvadorian restaurant before we had to leave.
I love this sign - yes, I feel recombobulated!
And Sora was excellent at entertaining herself on our long trip home today.
Goodbye, again, Wisconsin. If we are lucky, we will see some of the people we know and love when they visit Washington someday.