AmericInn Lodge & Suites Bemidji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Slow start this morning since we lost an hour yesterday. On the road at 10:22am, local time. We are still amazed at the campground in Boissevain. As we got into bed last night, we heard a train in the distance and thought 'here's the kicker...this is why no one is here'!.......We had intentionally chosen to go south, away from the Trans Canada since the railroad is right beside the hiway and all the campgrounds that are to be found near hiway 1, will be subjected to train horns ...
... long sleeves to keep them off of you so we did not spend a lot of time sitting outside at our campsite.
On our way back from our hikes we stopped at Muldoon's Pasties for lunch. It was our first time trying this local fare and it was pretty darn tasty. Back at the trailer we did some housekeeping and made preparations for an early departure this morning. We have ...
... We stopped by Madison to give Jared his slack line, and to introduce him to Migizi. After visiting with him over dinner at Applebee's, we hit the road for the last leg or our trip.
We arrived home at 1:00 a.m., after 15 and 3/4 hours (a little slower than usual this year due to our sit-down dinner with Jared). Although it’s always sad to leave Cass Lake, our "home away from home," it’s still nice to be back to our ...
It's Friday. And that means it's our last day at Birch Villa Resort on Cass Lake. To change things up a bit, we decided to join Dad in his boat and go over to nearby Crooked Lake with Paul's and Roy's boats. Beth also came along. While the change of scenery was interesting, the fishing was a little disappointing. Tom caught three crappies (which is always fun since we don't catch many at Cass Lake), we added three rock bass, and ended ...
... 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 ...