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Destination: Wisconsin Dells
Posted on: 5/24/2010
Day 7: Moving Camp
Last week’s excavation led to a remarkable discovery and after much discussion with my colleagues, I’ve decided to move our dig site closer to Lake Delton in Wisconsin Dells. If ancient peoples were, in fact, experimenting with water sports, additional specimens may exist closer to open waters.
Between excavations, the crew and I sampled a bit of Wisconsin fun ourselves in the form of an Original Wisconsin Ducks Tour, and I must say it was a jolly good time. Any self-respecting archaeologist would do well to study local culture to best connect past with present. Now, if I could just find a good cup of tea.
I remember these fascinating vehicles were used in World War II. I learned that Melvin H. Flath purchased his first Duck in 1946, and likely heard more chuckles than cheers when he brought it back from California. But for over 50 years, these Ducks have been the most unique way to tour Wisconsin Dells’ famous rock formations.
Take a ride,