AmericInn Lodge & Suites Bemidji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
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... a city boy. What should I know about being in the park.
Receptionist: What do ya mean?
Me: Well, lets say I have to go out to my car in the middle of the night to get something. Will a bear kill me?
Receptionist: Oh, no.... They are more scared of you than you are of them.
Me: I'm not sure I can believe anything else you say now.
After a warning from Barb ...
Cashier: Oh, no.... You can't go north in that car. You need to go south.
Jeremy: It'll be okay. I'm going slow and checking the weather.
Cashier: Oh, no.... You need to go south.
Jeremy: Thanks, but I should be fine. I grew up in the north and know how to drive in this kind of weather.
Cashier: Oh, no.... You can't go north. They shut the interstate down yesterday because of this storm.
Gas prices range from $3.29 to $3.39. Not too bad, eh? Grateful for cooler day, but still muggy. Chinese-laundry didn't dry overnight! The head of Mississippi River is located in a heavily treed Lake Itasca SP near Bemidji, MN. Not as dynamic ...
Up at 5am...which is 4am, Calgary time and over to the airport by 5:30...Josh, Mel and Bronwyn are taking off as I write this. We can see the airport from our parking spot...there they go.... When Ron came back we spent a couple of hours choosing to keep or jettison food, packing clothes, shoes, stuff....amazed at how we managed to get the car loaded....and, of course we have the canoe and bicycle on the roof of the car ...
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.