Asa Parker House

Address: 17500 St. Croix Trail North, Marine on Saint Croix, Minnesota, 55047, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 17500 St. Croix Trail North, Marine on Saint Croix, is near St. Croix Valley Trees.
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      Life back in the USA

      A travel blog entry by catcher0607 on Apr 05, 2014

      ... day over any of the things that The Lord is teaching anyone else. He bases our individual lessons on our individual relationships with Him. Maybe one difference is that when we travel, I take the time to write down more of what I’m learning and often, I share it. :-)

      My BSF lesson this week has been a terrific tool to help me pinpoint areas in my life where I can learn from God. This is always the case! In general, ...

      Face to Face encounters

      A travel blog entry by cctaylor on Jul 17, 2013

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      ... Jodi Livon - The Intuitive Coach and the Happy Medium. I have listened to a lot of Jodi's work so this was an amazing experience for both Craig and I to meet two women we've listened to from a distance for so long. The Conjuring was AWESOME - very scary!

      In short Minnesota was an amazing whirlwind of 3 days where we finally met face to face so many of our until that point virtual connections. Minnesota we WILL be back - there is no doubting this!!!!

      A dream takes flight

      A travel blog entry by kuerbis on May 07, 2013

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      Once we start driving to the cities, I almost immediately start to realize that there are little things I forgot to pack, things that I had used that very morning and had even TOLD myself to bring WHILE using them (i.e. ear cleaners, nail clippers (I didn't use them that morning, but I had started searching for them but couldn't find them and then had gotten distracted by something else and forgot to look for them some more), deodorant (I know, that one is pretty rediculous ...

      Is the Universe trying to tell me something?

      A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Aug 20, 2012

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      ... limits.

      Last year, even after training, I wasn't as strong as I should have been to undertake that level of exertion. This year, I've trained harder. The best part was "boot camp," one or two evenings a week spent doing jacks, mountain climbers, squats, and more under the watchful eye of Sergeant Janice. "Are you ready?" she'd yell after we'd all lined up for the class. Maybe half the class would respond. Punishment was swift: "On the floor! Twenty mountain climbers!" ...


      A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 01, 2011

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      ... I could go around again. Want to?"

      It takes weeks to get over the humiliation. Obviously my workout routine was deficient—if I can’t hike 3.5 miles with 20 pounds on my back, how am I going to hike 7 or more miles a day with 40? And Lake Calhoun is flat. Isle Royale is not, and the Minong trail, according to everything I’ve heard and read, is very strenuous. It’s recommended for advanced hikers. I have yet to go on a single overnight backpacking ...