Dug Road Inn
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Found this great place to camp with a restaurant, which worked out really well since it was John's birthday. Preston is in a very scenic area of farmland and very old farmhouses and towns in southeastern Minnesota. The Old Barn turned out to be a beautiful campsite where a lot of people park their RVs for ...
... are scattered across the landscape. These seem to be large operations with lots of big equipment. This area is populated by descendents of northern Europeans; Germans, Dutch and Scandinavians with strong work ethics and a clear sense that everything has a place and needs to be in it. There are a gob of billboards advertising everything and we mean everything! We listened to tunes, NPR and tried to start on an audio Spanish ...
... great driving. We passed several small towns, a major lock and dam, as well as a great winery before heading away from the river to the town of Lanesboro where we were staying that night.
Lanesboro is a small, well kept historic town on the Root River which is set-up for tourism. It has a renowned theatre, many restaurants, a nice river and a major recreational trail going along it so it ...
... it's definitely nice to have priority access flying first class, it always seems that when I do fly first class, the lines are super short. I stopped at The Body Shop. I got to push a button to randomly pick my discount and got buy two get two free. I bought two lotions and two body oils. I then found my gate. I had two hours so I looked for food. I decided I wanted real food so I went to Rock Bottom Brewery. I was all the way past where I started, so I had a long ...
... there and then the caves, interesting limestone and shale formations. We learned there are many tunneling caves under this area of MI.
9/17 -9/18 KOA Mitchell, SD, 1 night
Home of the World Famous Corn Palace …and other tourist stuff.
We left Preston, MN via I90 all the way across MN to the KOA in Mitchell, SD. ...