AmericInn Lodge & Suites Bemidji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Traveled today from Grand Portage, MN to Bemidji, MN. On the way, we missed Betty's Pies. The parking lot was packed full, no place for the truck and coach.
Bemidji is the home of Paul Bunyan and his blue ox Babe. We checked out the statue by Lake Bemidji while on our way to dinner. We will spend the overnight here and head to Detroit Lakes, MN tomorrow.
Chuck and Sheila ...
Stayed at a KOA campground along route 2 her in Minnesota. Arrived here on 5/2215 and will be leaving 5/26, This was a mail drop for us and we had to stay until the mail from home arrived. It got here on Sat. morning . It's great to have a neighbor do that for us thanks Wendy.
We walked across the Mississippi River head water and walked around the Park. Before we left visited the gift shop. Went downtown and see Paul Bunyan and his blue ox Babe. Then went ...
Driving north from Grand Rapids along scenic Highway 38 you pass many interesting sites. One of them is the Laurentian Divide: 'On the north side of this Discovery Site, the divide directs the waters to empty into Hudson Bay and on to the Arctic Ocean, On the south, water flows into the Mississippi River and eventually into the Gulf of Mexico. In other words, two drops of rain, each one falling to opposite sides, ...
... colonization this area was influenced by French missionaries (17th century) and fur trade (19th century). But it really took off in the mid-1800's when iron was discovered near Teal Lake.
On our exploration of the waterfront we saw a huge bridge-like structure rising from the harbour and had to ask a local to tell us what it was for. Now we know what an "ore dock" looks like. A very long and high ramp is build ...
... that they showed. After that, we had a quick lunch, and headed out. We ended up crossing over the Mississippi river 6 times. Each time, it was bigger than the previous time we saw it. Our next stop was the Paul Bunyan statue in Bemidji, MN. The kids were really surprised by the size of it. Ryan could stand up and walk under the Babe, the blue ox. (Ryan is 51" tall.) We walked out on the dock of ...