High Woods Bed and Breakfast

35930 Wild Mountain Road, Taylors Falls, Minnesota, 55084, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 35930 Wild Mountain Road, Taylors Falls, is near Wild Mountain & Taylor Falls Boat Tours, Wild Mountain Water Park, and Wild Mountain.
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    Travel Blogs from Taylors Falls

    Northern Minnesota gunflint trail ride

    A travel blog entry by breacher2111 on Jun 26, 2014

    While on a family vacation my buddy and I decided to go ride some of the forest roads and trails off the gunflint loop. We found some really pretty scenic views and even a heliport! Unfortunately for me we also went exploring to where we followed a moose trail (we ...

    Onto Wisconsin

    A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy on Jun 25, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... 30 miles from the Minnesota border staying at the Turtle Lake, WI RV Park which is on Route 8. It's nothing fancy at all, but good enough for us. There's a nice breeze, it got sunny and best of all, NO MOSQUITOS!!!! Took Sandy for a nice walk and we gained an hour today......it was a long day,, but all is good and we are continuing to enjoy ourselves. Hope everyone back home is good and keep on reading. Tomorrow we head to Minnesota. Good ...

    After trip summery

    A travel blog entry by breacher2111 on May 13, 2014

    ... to make it impossible to avoid. The dark lens made trail riding a bit more hazardous because the lens took so much light away I would not see ruts in the sand/dirt. The amber lens on the other hand made it look like someone turned the lights on high. Worked especially well at dusk making the colors pop out. Kenda rear tire: Worked really well all around but slightly slippery on pavement. Snow crossings were a breeze, water crossings were simple, sand was easy to accelerate in. ...

    First KLR ride of the season!!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by breacher2111 on Apr 29, 2014

    ... be effected by the wind. It may end up proving to be a little overkill for shorter rides but still performs well even when empty. Icon variant helmet - it's a little noisy at speed and compared to other helmets I have owned it was a little more drafty. Not a bad thing but more than I was used to, the tinted visor worked great and looks cool also. Hopefully if the weather breaks I will be able to go on an overnight trip at the least next ...

    Life in Wisconsin: America's Dairyland.

    A travel blog entry by galpals on Jul 22, 2013

    6 photos

    ... skin, the deeper your body submerged the redder it became. After our first showers of the trip, well at least Juice and I took advantage of the vicinities, a little computer usage an some pb&j and we hit the road about two hours north to St. Croix, Wisconsin. Two hours expanded a bit when we realized a GPS would not be able to get us to 150 avenue when there were about five 150 farm roads in the area. We came upon an intersection of 150 ave. and 150 ...