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

        June 19th - Corn Palace

        A travel blog entry by mazk on Jun 19, 2015

        13 photos

        ... place, the twelve tribles of Israel, Ark of the Covenant and other
        diaromas and then a jungle playgrund at the end. The very overy
        friendly huggy man took a liking to Josh and offered to buy him off
        us (jokingly we think) and then at the end the kids got free keyrings
        from Love's which is a gas station over here. Ummm.... it was

        In De Smet we stayed at Spot
        campground. Josh loudly exclaimed he wasn't showering here. ...

        Laura Ingalls Wilder style tonight

        A travel blog entry by svanderleek on Jun 06, 2015

        33 photos

        Tonight we slept in a covered wagon just like LIW! We cooked hotdogs on the fire and had Cheetos mix and ruffle potato chips. You can also hear cows and chickens in the field ;) ... and then Pa lost two hotdogs because they fell off the stick ;D Ben and Tommy went on an exploration, they took a video and climbed a tree :) Then it started to downpour,we had so much fun in our covered wagon. We were totally dry in ...

        The long road home

        A travel blog entry by dt_panic on Jun 07, 2014

        After a great week, it was time to pack up and leave. We put everything in the car and packed up the tent, knowing we would be staying in the covered wagon again tonight at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Homestead. (Best. Idea. Ever).The drive was uneventful - it rained a lot, but not as heavily on the drive over. We reached the homestead, and unpacked our stuff again into the wagon.

        We ...

        Little Wagon on the Prairie

        A travel blog entry by dt_panic on May 31, 2014

        7 photos

        ... of sunset - it cascaded down over the farm and while the sky was painted with vivid purples and pinks, the golden light sweeping across the plains and lighting up the little farm. I was running around like a crazy woman clicking pictures here and there. I got a few pictures of the barn and then ran back and got some of the covered wagon from a few different angles before it was over.

        Finally, it was too dark for pictures, so we went ...

        Life As It Use To Be

        A travel blog entry by patry on Jul 18, 2013

        2 comments, 26 photos

        ... you could actually stay right at Ingalls Homestead as they had 8 campsites and had covered wagons you could sleep in as well. We were thrilled with the decision we made and were able to get a campsite there for the night. For anyone that is a Little House fan, to stand on the same land that the Ingalls lived on and farmed was a pretty cool experience. Something this campground had that none of ...