Morning Glory Bed And Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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the new time change we went to bed at 9pm and awoke at 5am so the day
got started a little bit earlier.
the road we went with the hopes of making it to Bemidji Minn. but
fell a little short and had to stop in Warba about 80 miles east.
The pounding of the highway was a little too much. This was the
longest day of our trip so far. As we ventured west the weather
... thought of getting on one sends me into a panic, but I did it! We clambered on board and gently set off into the middle of the lake. Only a few minutes into the trio we spotted the state bird, a loon, and a bald eagle! I even managed to drive the thing without a panic attack, proud day! The weather was great and a neighbour popped over to take us on a fishing trip. This boat wasn't so easy as it went a heck of a lot faster than the last but we did it, with the help of some beer ...
Up early today and across the northern portion of Wisconsin to meet friends in Proctor, MN (just outside of Duluth). Nice views of Lake Superior this morning and a wonderful lunch visiting with Dave, Lin, Clancy, and Gwen. On to Grand Rapids, MN where we will be ending the day enjoying the land of 10,000 lakes thanks to the hospitality of our ...
Well, this happened today: the Monte turned over 200,000 miles (all one-owner) (me).
It's running great, we celebrated with a lot of curvy roads in lake country MN. Monte just loves those curves. At one point, we got behind a big pickup doing 70, but slowing down for the not-at-all-dangerous curves and sometimes driving down the middle of the ...
... missing some key things, like a board for cutting and a knife so we bought them at Walmart. We needed forks to eat the bagged salad, but couldn't be bothered to get the BBQ out to get them since all the plates and utensils are stored in that bag...so we tried to eat with a plastic spoon and Ron's pen knife...not an easy task...finally we opted to just stuff the salad into pita bread and eat that way... We took some pictures of the beach and ...