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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Correction on yesterday's post, we are in Haugen, Wisconsin at a campground called Northwood Shores.
Today's activities include the always exciting grocery shopping and cleaning the house. Yay!
Mike tried some fishing but didn't catch anything. Still a nice ...
... About a mile and a half off of the main highway on a dirt and gravel road. There is a beautiful lake that seems to meander around like a stream. Lots of lily pads and the sounds of frogs croaking. Geese with goslings and robins. The campground has a large sections of permanent trailers that are used like cabins and several kids laughing and playing in the playground or fishing off of the docks. It's a family friendly, happy campground and I am really glad that we took the advice.
... Munising, Michigan on a bay of Lake Superior and it appears known for Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. We didn't near see all of Pictured Rocks but we did manage a few stops to get a sense of the beauty of the area. It seemed a boat tour would offer the best photo ops, or a kayak/canoe exploration but we did just fine and saw some true beauty once again. Our stops: Munising Falls - 800 feet walk to ...
The St. Croix River and a tributary called the Namekagon was one of the eight rivers set aside for protection by the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968. As one of the original eight, the St. Croix is the only one managed by the NPS. The riverway provides 252 miles of ...
... to that side. First fall. Not moving or dangerous, just some scrapes and lost dignity. Easy 50 mile ride to Minneapolis, my first time there. It is a very big city, and I had to switch to city biking mode, more hand gestures, taking up entire lanes, closing my ears to car horns. After unloading my gear, my bike moved much more quickly and I was off following a friend's suggestions around the lakes and neighborhood bars of the city. A bit of TexMex for dinner and ...