Overlook #8 of 13: Looking toward Dubuque, Iowa from the Julien Dubuque Monument (photo taken Aug 2009) See more Photos here.
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Overlook #7 of 13: From a campsite at Nelson Dewey State Park, near Cassville, WI (photo taken Aug 2009). See more Photos here.
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