Mathew S. Burrows 1890 Inn
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Good Morning, first day of travels on familiar roads uneventful , which is a good thing. Weather was beautiful, a little road construction between Bemidji and Grand Rapids , and again on the way into Proctor. The view of Lake Superior and Duluth was breath taking in clear blue sky's and a calm lake. Spent the Evening and night with Elysia, and will leave for Wilton, Wisconson in a few minutes. Blessed Sunday to you all...keep me in your ...
... never receive a bouquet of dandelions. I can't; I won't.
First, we change the name to Dandies. Then we celebrate their growth, their legacy. Grass is boring; dandies are beautiful.
So imagine my delight when I arrive at my trailhead in Jay Cooke State Park, only to find a Field of Dandies.
... on comfort food, but with fresh local & organic ingredients. I've heard they grow veggies outside in the parking lot area. Definitely worth a visit. I opted for a breakfast sandwich: biscuits and gravy with fried chicken, avocado, and tomato. With a side of the red flannel hash. Sweet potatoes, beets, carrots, onion & bell pepper tossed in olive oil, thyme, s&p, then roasted. And while there's no possible ...
... on the empty dark road and so we sought refuge for the night in a Best Western motel. Arriving in Duluth the following morning was a delight as we drove across Duluth bridge through the industrial port area and checked into Beacon Point hotel and the view across Lake Superior was spectacular. The area is vast, beautiful, rugged and open with a feeling of wildness and unconquered ...
... with them and a few singles for about 5 minutes, in utter suspense before the gate agent announced over the speaker that all standbys had been rolled. Damn. Rolled means we get bumped to the next available flight to Los Angeles. Which was in 1.5 hours. Not too bad. We headed over to the airport Catina for a little pick me up which involved Bloody Maria's, Margaritas, salsa, tamales and nachos. YUM! We loitered and stuffed our faces before heading over the ...