Windom Park Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... could barely walk by the cook to get things, it was such a tight space. Had some fantastic pancakes that were way to big to eat. When I took a picture of them the waitress said, "Why did you take a picture? In case you get sick?" LOL. I explained my trip and blog and we chatted up a bit.
Next stop was Minnehaha Falls, which Jeff Woods told me I needed to go to. I'm glad he did. It was beautiful. The snow ...
We then headed over to great river bluffs to start our first camping
experience of the trip. As we drove into the area we were in awe. We
were expecting a little camp group on the Mississippi River but this
place was something else. The panoramic views from the lookout points
were amazing and the campground was extremely remote. We were some of
the only people there but it was so nice. All you could hear were the
sounds of nature around ...
... s house. I headed to West Bend from there to spend a week with my eldest brother and his family. The week was spent at the YMCA, back and forth in the car from the town to the country, kayaking and frustration with visa organization (To be continued in another post).
It was great to spend time with that family and to build our relationship and bond before I disappear for who knows how long. The girls are growing up so fast ...
... Algeria match took us half-way across Minnesota! We'll be able to watch the last two Round of Sixteen matches, including the Americans, when we get to our campsite tomorrow. Haven't SEEN a match yet! Tonight, we'll stay at a Walmart campground near La Crosse and restock the fridge, then it's on to our KOA in Hancock for several days of ...
... bluffs alongside the river. They have been molded into various shapes by wind and water. As we looked across to the place tour boat operators have been calling "Witches' Gulch" for the past century , we saw boats going up and down the wide river , loudspeakers blasting important points and made up stories about the natural wonder of the dells. The air smelled thick with pine . The overlook is 150 feet above the water and so makes a dramatic scene. ...