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Travel Blogs from Park Rapids
We arrived before dark at the KOA campground just west of Bemidji, after crossing the very beginnings of the mighty Mississippi River that is a small creek here. The next day we met our next-site neighbours Bill and Karen Head from Winnipeg. After checking out, we drove into town where we saw the giant statues of Paul Bunyan (wearing a Shriner's fez) and Babe the Blue Ox, a little yellow submarine, and some fanciful statues made from scrap metal parts.
... people had been ...
... thought that I would tell you that we have found the beginning of winter...here in Bemiji...it's 11c right now, but the sun is up...and it is going down to 8c tonight. Hopefully it will not be that cold east of here, where we are headed. We will be moving on to Iron River, Wi today and, hopefully, meeting up with one of Ron's buddies from hockey who is also travelling east in his RV. ...
... through and we watched the parade. We tried to take some pictures but we were quite far away and watched with our binoculars. From there we drove South to Hayward Wisconsin which was only about an hour's drive to see the World Championship lumberjacks contest! Fabulous except for the cold and rain! But I was a trooper as you will see from the picture! :-). It was great but those poor girls in the log rolling contest ...
This little town was just 10 miles from where we were staying in Sebeka.
Originally we came here to find a laundrymat but we found so much more than one of the nicest places on our trip to wash our clothes. Doing my wash in public laundrymats was one of my biggest issues with traveling across America, so when I find one as clean as this one, I couldn't be happier!
Plus we met ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking