Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... over the river at its source. As you can see from the pictures.... There is snow and ice on them. The water is freezing cold. As much as I wanted to, there was no way my clumsy behind was wading across the river while holding my phone and while NOT having anyone to rescue me when I fall and crack my head open. Alas, there was a log just down stream for wimps like me to walk across and ...
... and CC would be able to get in. The lady on the phone informed me they hadn't plowed because they didn't even get an inch of snow. I couldn't believe it. All day I had been hearing reports about how bad Northern Minnesota was from the Polar Vortex and they had only gotten a dusting at Lake Itasca.
Anyway, I arrived at Lake Itasca and it is beautiful. My next post will be about tonight's adventures. They were a lot of fun.
... of Metolius River, but still interesting. River travels 2318 miles thru 10 states for 2318 miles before emptying into Gulf of Mexico. Overnighting on Cass Lake at Stony Point with hundreds of our closest friends!! Tis holiday weekend for ...
... the actual science and wonder how water can be thrust up in aquifers from lower elevations. Or maybe it doesn't. Anyway, this plateau is home to hundreds if not thousands of lakes, the main one we were interested in was Lake Itasca, wherein lay the headwaters of the Mississippi. Phone research indicated that no last minute campsites were available at Lake Itasca state park but the ranger suggested with try Lake ...
... campground and went into the town for a couple of pics before heading out on the road with Garmin guiding us to Minneapolis, the initial destination for the day. With Garmin taking the lead, we meandered the quiet two lane county roads in a south by west direction toward that first destination; at times feeling like we were going a bit in circles after a detour gave Garmin cause to "recalculate" often. The countryside was comprised of farms, mostly dairy, ...