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... There were only about 6 campers here though and space for about twice that. We really enjoyed our stay here. Met some nice people. Decided to eat at the picnic table for the first time -either cold or mozzies or insects or cottonwood fluff and wouldn't you know it but halfway through we had some rain. Back inside but had our cup of tea down at the water.
A great day all round.
... it. Think it was probably the same one he didn't kill the first time.
A stop at the store to get some groceries, knowing we are going to Canada and things will be a bit more expensive. Cliff drove Thur and around Minneapolis, it was 30 miles Thur all of it. We are using our Tom Tom, the unit does not have navigation. We did fine. Took one exit too soon and easily corrected. We did ...
Well, it was bound to happen. The trip so far has been without problems. All that changed yesterday when I tried to traverse the city of Duluth on my way to Virginia, Mn.. Got caught in high water and believe my engine is hydrolocked. Will find out shortly when I go over to the mechanics. This could be the end of the trip. Even if not don't know how I will get to Virginia as most of the roads north are closed. More to ...
... we saw about every inch of it....boy were we tired at the end of the day!
It was such a blast. The animals were fasinating; the breads and jellies and vinegars (all the competitions) made me want to put on an apron and start cooking; the art gave me renewed hope that creativity in our country is still alive. Gotta come back next year.....if for no ...
... 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 ...