Bear Paw Resort
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There is a light dusting of snow all over everything. It is beautiful! I am one of the only people in the park. It is wonderful! So quiet and peaceful. On the way to the headwaters I saw my first "Great River Road" ...
... hours. I could have done it in 9 if it weren't for the stupid polar vortex and its accompanying blizzard. Shortly after I crossed into Wisconsin it started to snow, but just a little. It started to pick up, and I knew I was driving into a blizzard that dropped two feet of snow last night, so I got off the highway to fill up my tank and see exactly where the storm was heading. The credit card reader on the gas pump was iced over.... ...
... was soothing and comfortable. People enjoyed crossing the slippery rocks. We preferred to walk across just below the rocks. See the photos We pose for the "shot" at the headwaters of the Mississippi. A lot of interesting information on the headwaters and the whole Mississippi river system was at the visitor center. Now we thinking to drive the Mississippi River Road the full length of the river sometime in the future!! Stay ...
Yesterday we arrived and are staying with a wonderful pastor and wife in their beautiful country home. Got to share about our ministry and preach on Sunday morning. We feel very encouraged and blessed here. Tomorrow we're off to Canada. 昨天到了， ;跟一個很 4;的牧師師ē 97;在他們美( ...
... is known for its cheese. Speaking of which, we had stopped for a snack before Chetek yesterday and ended up with a taster pack of cheese curds/bites and pepperoni. The cheese was excellent, so tasty.
Thirty-five miles or so from Minneapolis we left our quiet country roads for the I-94 - traffic, a downpour and the approaching big cities - inwardly I grew anxious. The area is known as Minneapolis-St. Paul, or MSP as an acronym as we learned when ...