Bratland Bed & Breakfast

Address: 222 Logan Avenue, Willow Lake, South Dakota, 57278-2333, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 222 Logan Avenue, Willow Lake.
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      Travel Blogs from Willow Lake

      First day

      A travel blog entry by 1930ford on May 31, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... stops. Dist., carb, and a flat tire. Par for a Model A outing. We stopped in Dawson at a old gas station turned into a home. The people were real nice giving us a tour of their home. We also stopped at Harkins machine shop. See the pictures I drove 253 miles today and got 18.75 ...

      Life As It Use To Be

      A travel blog entry by patry on Jul 18, 2013

      2 comments, 26 photos

      ... boys. We sat at desks and were able to experience school like it was back then. Needless to say it made the boys eager to get back to Welborne in the Fall. They did like ringing the bell at the end of class though!

      On the way back each of the kids were given a chance to drive the wagon which they thought was pretty neat. Clare sat right up there on the drivers seat holding the reins ...

      Ingalls Homestead

      A travel blog entry by susunk on Jul 08, 2012

      66 photos

      ... was the dugout. Though they had never lived in one here it was the most authentic of the many we had seen. Then there was an original claim shanty from someone else's claim. Tiny and flimsy, hard to see a family of six living there.

      We walked past the corner with the old cottonwoods which Laura had said Pa had planted when she last visited DeSmet. The hay barn was great. We saw the rooster and a hen out for ...

      The Heart of Laura

      A travel blog entry by susunk on Jul 07, 2012

      94 photos

      ... Americans lost their home when the treaty was signed and the homestead act opened up the Dakotah territory. An important part of the treaty included the provision that they could come here to get the stone for their pipes. They still mine it. We didnt have much time before they closed but I was glad to see the other side to homesteaders like the Ingalls. They had free land because the Indians lost ...

      Little RV on the Prairie

      A travel blog entry by jennifericall on Jun 21, 2012

      4 photos

      ... and the school (both moved from their original places), and Laura's house in town.

      And we were able to get to know the Sheriff, Wade, pretty well. He and his family joined us both evenings we were in De Smet, for s'mores and great laughs. All in all, a delightful way to begin our "National Vacation."

      We are here until the 22nd, then off to the Badlands.