Sleeping Fawn Resort & Campground
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... pick up trucks.
On the way back to my cabin I came across Leesburg Bambi's cousins. Good thing I was going slow and able to stop and let them cross.
Very full day of fun and excitement and beautiful nature. I hope these aren't too long and boring. I am having a blast and can't wait for tomorrow! I only have to drive 270 miles tomorrow! That's nothing compared to the ...
... Well, thanks. Bye
I did have more second thoughts but I only had to drive through the blizzard for another 60 miles. Needless to say, it was heavy snow and I went pretty slow, but I had a truck to follow and made it just fine. Once I crossed into Minnesota the roads were hit or miss. Some of the highways were plowed better than others, but all were passable. The back roads were an adventure. I don't think I have ever felt ...
Gas prices range from $3.29 to $3.39. Not too bad, eh? Grateful for cooler day, but still muggy. Chinese-laundry didn't dry overnight! The head of Mississippi River is located in a heavily treed Lake Itasca SP near Bemidji, MN. Not as dynamic ...
... to the efforts of one woman, Mary Gibbs, who fought the logging interests with courage and vigor, at one point actually facing down a death threat backed up by a loaded gun. Logging started in the state around 1850, by 1905 the north woods of Minnesota had all been clear cut. Today the forest is a mix of small trees, logged areas, shrubby growth and introduced species. We reach the headwaters along with 50 other ...
... on the road for five weeks now. I think I've just about reached my limit. I'm more excited now about getting home than I am about adventures down the road. The one last thing we'd really like to do is stay at Glacier Park if we can find a place to stay. If we can, we'll try to do a little hiking in the park before returning home. I think the chance of finding lodging at Glacier Park is pretty remote, but you never know. Until tomorrow, ...