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Travel Blogs from Winona
The journey home is long! From St. John's we flew to Halifax, Nova Scotia. From there we flew to Toronto, and then to Minneapolis. We were picked up by Andrew who brought us to our car. Stopped for a bite to eat before making the 3 hour journey home. Feels good to be home, but now I have to face the mountain of laundry and we both have a ton of mail to go through. AHHH, but it is good to be ...
... and we set out for a weekend of "family" fun, he to a wedding of a good friend and me to catch up with two friends and my aunt who recently lost my favorite uncle.
The weekend went by too fast and I was heading back to LaCrosse exhausted and dreading another long drive to the east side of the state. Monday brought a late start, as I just did not want to get up, and then I was delayed even more because I needed to pick up my bike from ...
... The river is so high that the entire area looked more like the delta at the other end. We stopped for lunch at the Lewis and Clark visitors center overlooking the Missouri River in Chamberlin, South Dakota. They had some really nice exhibits and the view was great. And it was back to listening to World Cup action on XM radio. The ...
Got up this morning and decided to do more exploring of Wisconsin --- farms, farms, more farms. We hit the road around 11 a.m. and headed further south/west to the towns of La Crosse and Onalaska. La Crosse and Onalaska sit on the banks of the Mississippi River so we were able to do some walking along the river and do some picture taking. Very very pretty. There are lots of house boats along the River which was something to see. They were all lined up ...
... prairies that are absolutely teeming with red-winged blackbirds. I think it is blackbird heaven actually. Our campsite is in a glen of maples and elms. At the forest's edge, about 50 feet away, is a wall of sumacs and the prairie is beyond. Mosquitos abound. We paid $18 for a spot close to the bathroom. It is quiet. There's no one here except for a few other campers, a few huge toads , a bunch of rabbits, and the crickets. Pretty soon the crickets will also be ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking