Elbow Lake Lodge

Address: 3975 Kennedy Road, Cook, Minnesota, 55723, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 3975 Kennedy Road, Cook.
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      Duluth, Minnesota

      A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Oct 04, 2009

      ... while visiting with June’s folks, sister and niece in High River and friends in Calgary. In Medicine Hat, we stayed at Shirley & Rod’s then visited with Uncle Frank & Mary, Rammer, Carissa & Chase. Our drive through Saskatchewan was mired by heavy rain so we drove to Brandon. The next morning was clear but by the time we got to eastern Manitoba, it was raining again. In Kenora, we stayed in Anicinabe campground (again) and had ...

      From a Mass of Crowds to Massive Wilderness

      A travel blog entry by sinfronteras on Aug 29, 2009

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      Flew from Minneapolis to Duluth, MN and then drove to Crane Lake in northern MN not far from International Falls. Our departure from Minneapolis was a bit sad....we had such a great time at the MN State Fair and had a wonderful time with our friend, Michael, with whom we stayed as well as with our friends Judy and Doug. Judy was our guide for the state fair and ...

      Lake Vermillion

      A travel blog entry by captaindan on Jul 26, 2008

      ... the crackling of campfires and that 'pfssst sound beer cans make when their opened. Lake vermillion is in the region of waterways and lakes that separate northern Minnesota and Canada. Pristine and much of it still untouched it is a hunter's and fisherman's ...

      LA and Cook Island

      A travel blog entry by kgillies on Mar 13, 2008

      Hello Everyone! Hope you had a good xmas, New Year and whatever else you may have celebrated whilst I've been away. The first destination of my travels was LA for 4 nights. Can't say I was totally taken with the place, but most of you won't be surprised by that. The 2nd day I was there, I met up with my Great Uncle Ralph and he drove me around to show me the sights. We drove up the Hollywood hills and saw the Hollywood sign, it was one of the clearest ...

      Ely, "The End of the Road", Minnesota

      A travel blog entry by velvetnron on Feb 21, 2007

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      ... and cross country skiing. A couple weeks ago, our skiing brought us right across the path of a very fresh looking wolf-killed deer, right on the groomed trail. Now that we've found our house, our new hobby will be Home-Improvement. Neither of us have ruled out returning to Antarctica, (especially for that free trip to New Zealand), but for now we'll get settled in, buy some furniture and try to make a new life here in Ely. V&R ...