Sleeping Fawn Resort & Campground
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... her way south.
Then popped into the town of McGregor for the night, as so ewhere with a good little airport, with the fuel I want and a hotel real close. Population 297, they don't have a cinema - but they do have a bowling alley.
Tomorrow - due West.
... have been a short day only about 32 miles. Note to self...add at least 5 miles to anything Google says! It is either the map system is off or they keep moving the towns. Or maybe it is the fact that we dealt with rain again today. Either way it wasn't fun. We opted to stay in a no name motel due to weather and temps. I'll just say it was quite the adventure at this place and leave it at ...
... with the rain and now the wind off of Lake Bemidji. Just to give you an idea of the wind, the beach chickens ( sea gulls) looked more like hover crafts being held in one place. About 2 miles before the ranger's station, we run into a fallen tree blocking the path to the park! So, we had to remove our gear off the bikes and carry them over to the other side follow by our bike and then reload and proceed to the cabin for the night. Bud assisted me with ...
... we met up with the girls at the mall.
Today was Leah's "real" birthday, and she turned 18! Although her clothing needs don't compare to fashionista sister Chloe, she was able to find a few tops, a new bathing suit and some new tennis shoes (something I realized she needed when she could hardly walk by mid-afternoon in her old shoes!).
Tom & I are beginning to enjoy our time at the mall a little more each year, since the ...
... it's more costly to drive two cars everywhere, we've found it to be quite convenient when the parents have one agenda and the kids another!
Our bike ride on the Wilderness Trail around Lake Itasca was great! Fifteen miles on a curvy, hilly paved road was a good challenge for me, but Tom was a great cheerleader, and the surroundings made it more fun than work. The trail included about 7.5 miles of a one-way road that was technically closed because of some ...