Outing Lodge at Pine Point

Address: 11661 Myeron Rd N, Oak Park Heights, Minnesota, 55082, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 11661 Myeron Rd N, Oak Park Heights, is near Washington County Historic Courthouse, Warden's House Museum, and Stillwater Depot, Logging and Railroad Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Oak Park Heights

      Day 10 - Sunday

      A travel blog entry by robynw55 on Jul 06, 2014

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      Up at 7:00 to watch the Men's Wimbledon final. Fabulous game even though the person I was barracking for lost! Lunch at home and then the 4 of us went to walk around Minnehaha Falls. Due to the exceptionally high rain fall Minneapolis has been experiencing - before I ...


      A travel blog entry by mntomidnight on May 02, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      The team arrived at MSP International Airport around 1:15 and had a warm send-off from GSE Coordinator Ken Crabb, last year's GSE team leader Rob Howard, and this year's alternate team leader Roy Sjoberg (so sad you're not coming with us, Roy!). Three of us breezed through check in, but Lori and Sonya got caught by a change in aircraft. Turns out the new plane has fewer seats and Air ...

      Goodbye Home, Hello Rome (and Paris, Barcelona...)

      A travel blog entry by katelynthoresen on Aug 18, 2013

      ... you forever" or "I can't imagine not having you in my life". Of course, with hindsight comes wisdom.

      The point is, everything turned out alright. The best things happen when we are nervous for what is to come; when we can't predict everything and surprises are bound to occur. To study abroad, I had to decide to leave behind many great people and my cozy life. That will be hard, but I get to follow my heart. It's enlivening, really. ...

      Deb's Final Thanks

      A travel blog entry by rotarygse on Jun 10, 2013

      ... my vocation visit hosts. Each provided me new insights in not only what they do but what I do in my vocation.

      I especially want to thank George and Martina Podzimek. They were amazing hosts, had great answers to our questions and were so patient with us. They really were the beautiful bow on the big box of great surprises we had on this trip.

      I also want to thank my teammates who are still at various points in Europe, ...

      Return to the states and cows

      A travel blog entry by cass.cedarholm on Aug 27, 2012

      ... security again, and find her gate before her plane left in an hour. This is where we parted and I made my way pretty smoothly to my plane to Minneapolis, but Nadia continued her chaos as her plane got rescheduled to 15 minutes after we parted ways. I don't entirely know where Nadia got her super powers, but she managed to make her flight back to DC. Now we are both home, reuniting with the families, reconnecting with the internet (OMG ...