Pilgrim's Rest Bed and Breakfast

R1, Box 39k, Washburn, Wisconsin, 54891, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on R1, Box 39k, Washburn.
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Travel Blogs from Washburn

Madeline Island

A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Jun 24, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... cold but we decided to go to Big Bay State Park on the island. We hiked for several miles along the shore of Lake Superior and were able to see some beautiful rock formations. We would have hiked longer but the winds along the shore and it being so cold we decided to cut our hike short. It is a nice island but not a place we would like to live in ...

Bayfield, WIsconsin and the Apostle Islands

A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Jun 23, 2014

14 photos

We had a nice drive on Sunday to Bayfield, WI, The drive reminded us of some of the roads in Alaska. Bayfield is a tourist town with a population of less than 500, located on Lake Superior the largest of the Great Lakes with over 37,000 square miles. Also located here is the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, which consists of 21 islands off the coast of the Bayfield Peninsula.
We are really enjoying our visit and took a ...

Trip completion and the ride home

A travel blog entry by breacher2111 on May 07, 2014

14 photos

... had begun. It was a very COLD ride across the north shore towards superior where we ate at the anchor bar. We had hot coffee and good burgers then settled in for the ride back south to home. No issues but sad to have a fun adventure come to an end and slip into the groove of ...

Day 2 of the trans Wisconsin adventure trail

A travel blog entry by breacher2111 on May 06, 2014

11 photos

... for several hours in the dark to make our destination in red cliff. Very challenging route during the day but the night brings it's own special surprises. The trail tested our patients, our will, our equipment and our drive. We were not defeated, we pushed through and triumphed over the adversity that Mother Nature threw at us and arrived safe and sound (and exhausted) and called it a ...

It's The Beginning of a Life Time Experience....

A travel blog entry by irgonetraveling on Jan 05, 2014

2 comments

... I have been working on a chronology of her life; but what I remember now is her comment about leaving the US and 'flying to Europe'. This was the '50s and not many people had had this experience. She said in her letters; "Oh, if I had known what it was like to fly; I would have been a Stewardess." Well, she would write, send gifts, etc. about and from Germany while I was a young child. It was always like the ...