Last July 4th we were camped at Arrowhead for the week so we would be close to all the Wisconsin Dell activities. We had heard so many wonderful things about the Dells we wanted to check them out. Our traveling buddies and friends Janice and Rick Binns were camped next to us in the park. FYI… if you go there you will need an additional 50 ft electric cord because the pedestal is very far away from your rig. The park is nice and very wooded which provides good shade for those hot summer days.
We did both Upper and Lower Dells boat tours, it is a must do if you go there. Our tour guide was great, he was a very young man working his way through college. He was very funny and we kidded around with him. The 2 tours are done at different times of the day, we did the upper tour in the morning and the lower tour in the afternoon. Guess what???? We were lucky enough to get the very same tour guide… Yeah!
While we were waiting for the afternoon tour we ate lunch at a great Mexican restaurant Mexicali Rose which was right there on the water by the departure gate of the Dells boat tours. That worked out great since we only had a couple of hours to wait. The food was really too, considering it was in Yankee territory, I can say that being from Texas and all. LoL… I tried to load some pictures but this site says they are too large. So I’m going to post a link to my FB pictures of Wisconsin Dells, fingers crossed it works…
Another day we ate at this Pub on the main walk of the Dells where on the menu were these Tater Tot Skillet Lunches. WoW were they awesome. Ed had a Philly Cheese Tot Skillet and I had a Cowboy Tot Skillet. The hubs said his was really good. I was thinking what a great idea, Meat and Tater Tot served all together in a skillet! YUM!
I’m always looking for new recipes… Today I’m attempting to recreating my Cowboy Tater Tot dish. You can find the full recipe over on Debi’s RV Cooking. While your there sign up to follow along.
Until next time, Safe Travels and Happy Trails!