Blue Belle Inn B&B and Tea House
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We left Chicago early Saturday morning (9/13). Jeff and Mark made us a nice breakfast, helped us load the car and we were off. First tourist stop was the Spam Museum in Austin, MN. I did not realize Spam does not contain any snout or hoof...just premium pork shoulder. People were walking out with cases of this stuff. ...
... catch you up. We had a couple of very good meals in Keystone, both at the same place; The Powder House Lodge. This was really the only place recommended to us by every local in town, including the front desk of our hotel. Well they were all right. We had two really good meals there and even found some good wines.
The first night we were there (with Mary's cousin Nancy) Mary and I both ordered the Walleye, sautéed in brown butter. One bite let us know South Dakota is ...
Well we have made it back into the land of humidity and corn fields! Today we drove to a midway point for us and stopped at a KOA near Hayward. This was a much older campground and truly surrounded by corn fields! We made some dinner on the grill ...
... Maybe we've just gotten use to "tourist trap prices"! We also liked that they had rest breaks every hour and a half where they made everyone get out of the pool. When we asked the lifeguard about it she said some kids would stay in the pool all day without eating or drinking. This made sure that didn't happen and also gave the lifeguards a break and to "check the pool for floaters" when everyone was out. Nice ...
... Mississippi NWR parking lot and watched a few barges go by that were just released from the locks upriver at Dakota, MN. Upriver, as if to hurry us in our decision, a cold front was blacking out the sunny skies. It was an ominous sight.
After much mulling it over, we headed west, but not before I attempted a little off roading adventure on a muddy road in the local state park. We did manage, in the coming storm and mist, to get a great photo here ...